The Criminal Justice Department at NJCU is a diverse learning community of educators and students. Dedicated to a multidisciplinary education benefiting from Northern New Jersey’s urban environment, our program merges theory and practice, in service to society, and examining the dynamic nature of criminal justice.
The Department sponsors a Chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association's Lambda Alpha Epsilon for students and has a very active Criminal/Social Justice Club.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice combines studies in the fields of criminal justice, law enforcements, courts, probation, corrections, parole and juvenile justice. The program is designed for individuals who are currently involved in the criminal and juvenile justice fields and students who seek careers in these areas. The Master of Science in Criminal Justice provides an indept exploration of the field combining theory and practice.
|Dr. David Chiabi||Chairperson and Professor||2416||P221|
|Dr. Jay Berman||Professor||2418||P 224|
|Dr. William Calathes||Graduate Coordinator
|Dr. Venessa Garcia||Assistant Professor||3235||P 216|
|Dr. Aaron Ho||Assistant Professor||2461||P 227|
|Dr. Esther Nir||Assistant Professor||3018||P 226|
|Dr. Antony Leberatto||Assistant Professor||2417||P 227|
|Mohamed Kaifa||Administrative Assistant||2378||P 228|
Click the button below for suggested courses to follow and complete, term-by-term, to make it easier to understand how to graduate in four years within your major. Degree Maps are used to assist you and your advisor with planning your academic path to graduation. Use this guide to discuss your academic plan and course selections with your advisor.
It is important to note that each student's specific program of study could, and likely will, look different. At NJCU, our goal is to customize the Degree Map to fit your situation. Consult with your advisor for the path that is best for you.