Criminal Justice at Weber State University
Whether you aspire to be a police or corrections officer, an attorney, a crime scene investigator, or any of the other exciting professions that focus on crime and justice, a degree from Weber State University's Department of Criminal Justice will provide you with the background and real-world experiences needed to be a success. For those aspiring to move onto graduate work, our fully online Master of Criminal Justice Program will not only give you the competitive edge when it comes time for hiring/promotion but also serve as a solid foundation for future doctoral studies.
U.S. Marshals Presentation
Dr. David Lynch: Book
Dr. Brent Horn: Journal Article
Professor Haddon: Utah Department of Corrections' New Director
Dr. Williams' Interview About Her New Book
Dr. Reyns: Journal Article
Drs. Lee & Reyns: Journal Article
Drs. Lynch, Sween, Denniston, & Bayley: Book
Drs. Sween & Reyns: Journal Article
Dr. Williams: Journal Article
Internship Sites for The Department of Criminal Justice
US Probation and Pretrial Services Office: Fall, 2020 (deadline: 4/24/2020)
U.S. Marshals Service
Police Officer (POST Certified): Weber State Police Department
Police Officer (non-POST Certified): Weber State Police Department
Utah Department of Corrections is Hiring!
Special Summer Semester Funding for WSU Students
Whether you want to solve a crime, impact public policy, initiate change in people's lives or be on the forefront of innovative ideas in the field, Weber State's Master of Criminal Justice program can open endless career opportunities for you. Visit Master of Criminal Justice.