Studying Criminal Justice at Weber State
Weber State's criminal justice program prepares students to address the challenges associated with law and justice in a complex and diverse society. A degree in criminal justice provides a foundation to pursue careers in a variety of fields such as law enforcement, courts, corrections, the private sector, and academic research and teaching.
Criminal Justice Highlights
Many of our faculty members have hands-on experience in the field and bring this expertise to the classroom to provide you with real-life examples when teaching.
Our program offers a concentration in crime scene investigation, focusing on the skills needed for the collection, documentation and preservation of evidence.
Beyond the Classroom
The criminal justice program has field-placement internships for juniors and seniors, allowing you to gain real-world experience with a criminal justice agency before graduation.
Sandra Ladd Grogan
Class of 2002 (BS) and 2004 (MS)
“It’s important to get theoretical knowledge, but the hands-on training that comes through labs and internships is incredibly important.”