Criminal Justice

How many classes talk about American street gangs or Jamaican posses? Or crime in Brazilian favelas? Our professors are serious crime experts with first-person research in some of the most complex, interesting – and sometimes dangerous – places in the world. Keep an eye on the news – it might be a topic for discussion in tomorrow’s class.

What Are Some Potential Careers?
  • Police Departments
  • Corrections Departments
  • Medical Examination
What Courses Would I Take?
  • Intro to Criminal Justice
  • Forensic Sociology
  • Gangsters
What Else Can I Do?
What's a Good Minor?
Where Are Your Students Now?
  • Working in local law enforcement in Fort Worth, Dallas and Denton police departments
  • Working in police departments including the New York and Los Angeles – across the country
  • Investigators for federal organizations like the FBI
  • Protecting the borders with the U.S. Border Patrol
  • Attending graduate schools like UNT, TCU, UT Arlington and the University of Texas
Degree Information

B.S., Criminal Justice



Scholarship Opportunities

Contact Greg Gullion at 817-531-7501 or jgullion@txwes.edu to learn more about scholarship opportunities.


Contact

Greg Gullion
Criminal Justice Program
Coordinator
McFadden 211B
817-531-7501
jgullion@txwes.edu


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