Department Chair: David Lynch
Location: Social Science Building, Room 218
Telephone Contact: Faye Medd 801-626-6146
Professors: Bruce Bayley, David Lynch, Scott Senjo; Associate Professors: Julie Buck, Brent Horn; Assistant Professors: Russ Dean, Mark Denniston, Samuel Newton, Bradford Reyns, Molly Sween, Monica Williams; Instructors: Mike Chabries, Brian Namba; Instructor/Professor Emeritus: Robert Wadman
The Criminal Justice program provides students with a liberal education, while offering academic preparation through an expanded emphasis on criminal justice education. The program also offers a basis for graduate study and seeks to contribute significantly to the improvement of the quality of justice administration.
Criminal justice agencies in the recent past have established advanced academic standards. Education is becoming a more meaningful factor in selection of law enforcement, corrections, and security personnel for initial employment, promotion, and administrative roles.
Dr. Brent Horn with Criminal Justice students in the Forensic Lab
ProgramsAssociate of ScienceBachelor of ScienceEmphasis Option for Bachelor of Integrated Studies
BIS emphases are also offered for most programs with a minor.MinorHonors, Departmental