Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice


Criminal Justice ROTC Cadet

Army ROTC cadet Jacob Coombe, a criminal justice major, completed Air Assault School this summer at Fort Campbell, Ky. — an intense 10-day training course preparing soldiers for insertion, evacuation, and pathfinder missions using multipurpose transportation and assault helicopters.

Coombe was among 39 soldiers to graduate out of the 80 original incoming class.

Bloomsburg University's criminal justice program prepares students for a career in the criminal justice and legal systems, as well as entry into graduate or law school.

Through a career-focused curriculum, students learn the history and philosophy of the legal and criminal justice systems, while exploring the latest trends in law and society with an emphasis on race, ethnicity, culture and gender.

The criminal justice faculty are strong academics who have practical experience in law and criminal justice professions, which they share in the classroom and through advising. In addition, the faculty are active researchers, as well as expert sources for local, state and national media.

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