Criminal Justice and Homeland Security

    Overview

    This department offers programs of study for Criminal Justice and Homeland Security. 

    Students within this division, may work towards

    • A three year doctoral degree in homeland security
    • A two year masters degree in homeland security & criminal justice leadership
    • A four year bachelor degree in either criminal justice or homeland security
    • A two year associate degree in criminal justice 
    • Combined degree in collaboration with St. John's College or within the Collins College of Professional Studies

    Faculty

    The professors in the Criminal Justice program are highly qualified academically and have many years of professional experience. They are practitioners from the fields of law enforcement, the judiciary, corrections, prosecution, forensic science and law.

    Faculty within our homeland security programs, often come out directly from industry and become leading researchers in the evolving area of homeland security.

    For a list of our faculty, click here

    Department Chair

    Keith Cozine
    Queens Campus
    718-990-1852
    [email protected]

    Keith Cozine, Ph.D.
    Program Director - Homeland Security (D.P.S.)
    Associate Professor
    Queens Campus
    718-990-1852
    [email protected]

    Brian K. Harte, PhD
    Program Director - Homeland Security & Criminal Justice Leadership (M.P.S.)
    Professor
    Queens Campus
    718-990-3797
    [email protected]

    Jie Xu, Ph.D.
    Program Director - Criminal Justice
    Assistant Professor
    Queens Campus
    718-990-3221
    [email protected]

    James Croft
    Program Director, Legal Studies
    Associate Professor
    Queens Campus
    718-990-7821
    [email protected]

    Jeffrey Grossmann
    Program Director - Homeland Security
    Associate Professor
    Queens Campus
    718-990 7436
    [email protected]

    Harold Broderick
    Program Director - Criminal Justice / Homeland Security
    Assistant Professor
    Staten Island Campus
    [email protected]

    Ellen Boegel
    Program Director - Legal Studies
    Professor
    Staten Island Campus
    [email protected]