Criminal Justice at Saint Martin's University

Program requirements

View major/minor requirements,
or browse the full catalog.


Student spotlight

Kim Menius, class of 2012
Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice

Kim Menius

"What makes these professors stand out is the passion for what they teach. They are each so knowledgeable and enthusiastic that it is extremely hard not to be impressed."
Read more of Kim's words…


Faculty

Robert Hauhart
Victor Kogan
Terence McAdam
Anne Sulton


Contact information

Robert Hauhart
360-438-4525
rhauhart@stmartin.edu

Criminal Justice Program (M., m.)


Department overviewCommunication studies (M., m.) Community services (M.)Community services and social work internshipsCriminal justice (M., m.)Legal studies (m.)Social justice (m.)Social work (M.)Sociology and Cultural Anthropology (M., m.)Women's studies (M.)Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series


The concentration in criminal justice at Saint Martin's University offers courses leading to both the major and a minor. In addition to more traditional coursework addressing the police, corrections and the courts, SMU students can broaden their perspective through a wide range of specialty courses, including:

  • Victimology
  • Drugs and society
  • Social justice
  • Deviant behavior
  • Juvenile justice and rehabilitation
  • Forensics
  • Restorative justice

Pursue issues and interests in depth

SMU criminal justice participants study with professionals working in the field, as well as with our regular faculty. Students gain hands-on experience during internships within agencies that form part of the criminal justice system. The capstone experience allows students to identify and pursue a contemporary issue of significant and substantial concern.

Prepare to meet society's challenges

Whether in traditional courses, internship placements, or independent study, the Criminal Justice Program at Saint Martin's fosters intellectual growth, academic discipline, effective oral and written expression, and critical understanding of the social forces that form the criminal justice system.

College of Arts and Sciences