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- Welcome to the CJ Homepage -

Crime is one of the most serious problems faced by modern society. Once thought of as a simple problem with simple but drastic solutions, it is now understood to be highly complex. Modern efforts to control and respond to crime have utilized expert assistance from a variety of disciplines. These include Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, Medicine, Law, History, Philosophy, Economics, and Computer Science. A career in criminal justice can be highly rewarding to someone who desires to help society face one of its more intractable social and public problems. Employment opportunities exist at all levels of government, from police officer to the directorships of federal agencies. Careers in criminal justice cover a variety of responsibilities. These include law enforcement, investigation, court administration, law, juvenile and family services, corrections, and applied research, among others.

To access the University of Georgia Bulletin:http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/

Academic Honesty is of the utmost concern to the Criminal Justice Program - Students should carefully review the UGA policy on academic honesty. See this link for complete information:

http://www.uga.edu/honesty/ahpd/culture_honesty.htm

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- IN MEMORIAM -

Beloved CJ Director - Professor Susette Talarico (1946-2007)

"Dr. Talarico's death is a great loss both personally and professionally."

Professor Elaine Weeks, Former Director