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Criminology & Criminal Justice
Holmstedt Hall 210
620 Chestnut St
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
812.237.2192
ISU-Criminology@indstate.edu
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM ET

CRIMINOLOGY CAREER FAIR

printlogo April 5, 2017
10 AM - 2 PM
Hulman Memorial Student Union, Dede II/III

 

This event is free and open to everyone.
Students should dress professionally for this event.

The job fair is designed for students who want to get more information about internships and careers with the various agencies related to criminal justice. We expect to have approximately 40 Criminal Justice Agencies on hand for this event.

Agencies wishing to attend the event should contact Travis.behem@indstate.edu or call Travis at 812-237-2196. There is no fee for agencies attending the event, but space is limited.

 

badges-2016-best-value-law-enforcement.pngThe CCJ Program has been recognized as one the best online programs in the country. SR Education Group, an education research publisher founded in 2004 released its rankings and Indiana State University is ranked among OnlineU's 2016 Best Value Online Colleges for Law and Criminal Justice Degrees! These rankings represent schools across the nation that are making an effort to provide the best value for students seeking online degrees. Due to exceptional affordability along with academic strength, Indiana State University made the rankings at #10 in online Law Enforcement degrees! The full ranking is available here: http://www.onlineu.org/best-value-colleges/law-enforcement-degrees.

ISU Criminology & Criminal Justice:

The public's growing concern about crime makes criminology and criminal justice two of the most dynamic and fastest growing fields of study in the nation. Indiana State University's Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice is at the forefront of this expansion. Offering you a four-year degree program and a master's degree, our goal is to offer you professional preparation in the areas of corrections, law enforcement, security, and crime and delinquency prevention programs. What makes our program outstanding are special features including:

  • State-wide contacts and education programs with law enforcement personnel

  • Modern forensic laboratory which offers the opportunity for hands-on investigations

  • A faculty with experience in the field

  • Internships to provide practical experience

Indiana State University is ideally situated for providing a wide range of truly outstanding internship placements. Within the immediate vicinity of Terre Haute are situated a U.S. Penitentiary, a juvenile detention center, an adult probation office, a state parole office, a city police department, a sheriff's department, and a state police post. If a student is willing to drive up to 70 miles, it is possible for him or her to serve an internship at the local, county, state, or federal levels of both law enforcement and correctional agencies. The Department maintains close and friendly relations with all of these facilities, which greatly enhances the learning opportunities.

ISU Criminology & Criminal Justice Programs:

  • Criminology & Criminal Justice Major
  • Criminology & Criminal Justice Minor
  • Graduate Programs, Criminology & Criminal Justice Master's Degree

Facilities:

Faculty offices are all located on the second floor of Holmstedt Hall and are convenient for students needing faculty advisement or other assistance. Most classrooms are located in Holmstedt Hall and all others are situated in nearby buildings. The Indiana State Library is conveniently located and contains an excellent collection of general and specialized reference books, microfilms, journals, periodicals, and newspapers. In addition, the library belongs to state and regional networks which provide access to library materials within a larger area. The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice also maintains and posts current information on employment opportunities for interested students.