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Division of

Criminal Justice

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Scholarships
Learn about the scholarships offered to declared Criminal Justice majors.

Pre-Law
Find out about law school requirements.

Crime Scene Lab
See what our students are doing in the Crime Scene Lab

Criminal Justice in the News

Alumni Association
Join the Criminal Justice chapter of the Alumni Association.

Resources for Current Students
The place to find answers to your questions about navigating the University experience.

Faculty
Meet our Division Faculty

Masters in Criminal Justice
Frequently asked questions about our graduate program.

Internship

Law Enforcement Candidate Scholars' (LECS) Program

CAPCR
Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution

CJPR
Center for Justice and Policy Research

CONTACT US

Business Office, Alpine Hall 137  (916) 278-6487 

Monday - Friday  8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Criminal Justice Advising Center, Alpine Hall 133

The Advising Center is closed until July 5th. 

California State University, Sacramento
Division of Criminal Justice
Alpine Hall 137, MS 6085
Sacramento, CA  95819

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What's the BUZZ?

 

  • CRJ 195 Internship applications are now available for declared Criminal Justice majors who have completed at least 90 units by the end of the Spring 2017 semester.  Applications are due to the CRJ office on April 10 and 11, 2017.
  • Master's in Criminal JusticeThe application filing period for the Spring 2018 semester begins on August 1, 2017, through September 15, 2017.  The Fall 2018 filing period begins on October 1, 2017, and ends on March 1, 2018. 
  • The next application period for the Criminal Justice major will be available from February 1 through March 15, 2017, for acceptance for the Fall 2017 semester. More information . . .
  • 2016 Convocation Video Available.  Click here to view.

Welcome

Welcome to the Division of Criminal Justice.  Read more . . .

Our Mission

The mission of the Division of Criminal Justice is to prepare the leaders of tomorrow’s criminal justice community to make positive decisions.

Through a multi-disciplinary curriculum and a faculty with diverse expertise, experiences and perspectives, students are exposed to the theories, applications and ethics related to crime and justice.

Guided by a faculty dedicated to innovative teaching, scholarly achievement and service, students will become confident visionary professionals who appreciate evidenced based reasoning, creative and critical thinking, diversity, equity, and believe in lifelong learning.