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Criminal Justice & Criminology

College of Arts & Sciences

In conjunction with the goals of East Tennessee State University and the College of Arts and Sciences, the Department offers three programs that encompass a philosophy of liberal arts education grounded in social science methodologies. The two undergraduate programs facilitate mastery of basic academic competencies and provide a basic level of expertise in the field of criminal justice and criminology. The two undergraduate programs are: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science with a concentration Social & Behavioral Science.

The graduate degree, a Master of Arts, promotes a critical examination of crime, offenders, and the criminal justice system while enhancing analytical and communication skills. The online graduate certification in Forensic Document Examination was recently approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents.

 

Study Abroad Info

London, England 2017
May 23th - June 7th

 

  • Deposit: $1,700.00 Includes:
    • Lodging, admission tickets, group transportation to and from airport, public transportation for 2 weeks, some meals, and books.
  • Student responsible for:
    • ETSU tuition, airfare, and food in host country.
  • Some scholarships available! (Check deadlines)
  • Speak with Christine Ketelaar for more information.


The Department is located in 201 Rogers Stout Hall on the Johnson City Campus of East Tennessee State University. For information not found on this website call (423) 439-5346, or send a fax to (423) 439-4660. For a Google Maps to Rogers Stout Hall, click here.


For Advising Contact:
Freshman/Sophomore 
NaKeisha Talley
ARC Office, Culp Center
423-439-5602
Junior/Senior
201 Roger Stout
423-439-7069

 

Field Experience

CJCR Scholarship Info
Email Christine Ketelaar at for information and application.

2016 Honor's Day

Outstanding Graduate Student:
Jacob Stitt

Outstanding Undergraduate Student:
Matthew Roark
Christopher Shields

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