Department of Criminal JusticeMS-B1805Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
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Both criminal justice and forensic sciences are inter-disciplinary programs that expose students to the structure and process of the criminal justice system.
The core courses required examine:
Students pursuing a major/minor in criminal justice may utilize their degree in a variety of venues including local, state, or federal law enforcement, corrections, social services, forensic science laboratories, medical examiner/coroner offices, governmental and non-governmental human rights organizations, private consulting businesses, and law. The location of Hamline in the Twin Cities offers students diverse opportunities for exceptional internships, research, and career networking through local criminal justice, law enforcement, legal and forensic sciences agencies.
Two Hamline Class of 2013 graduates, Angela Lesnak and Carly Braun, have been selected to receive one of twenty highly selective Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) foundation scholarships.
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