to the website for the Crime & Justice Studies Program at Wright State University. Whether you are already a student or are considering becoming one, you will find all the information you need right here.
Visit the Program Information section to learn more about our mission, faculty, and staff, and to learn more about the criminal justice field and careers in criminal justice.
In the Current Students section you will find important advising information, course lists, degree check sheets, internship information, and links to Alpha Phi Sigma.
If you are considering becoming a Crime & Justice Studies major, visit the Prospective Students section to find out how to apply and learn about degree requirements.
The Gem Awards is an annual volunteer recognition for majors who "give back to the community through the community". Toward the conclusion of each academic year, students submit, on an agency’s letterhead, a statement noting the number of hours volunteered during the university’s academic calendar year and describe their given activities.
Visit the WSU Links area to find links to other Wright State University departments that will help you navigate the university system.