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This guide provides an overview of resources available to support the Justice Studies-Criminal Justice Program.
Last Updated: Mar 6, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Introduction to Justice Studies-Criminal Justice Program Guide

In support of the required courses in the Associates and Bachelors Justice Studies-Criminal Justice currciulum, the library provides an organized collection of books, journals, audiovisual, and access to electronic databases and online resources.  This guide is a gateway to those resources.

The Justice Studies-Criminal Justice program has several areas of focus:

  • Corrections
  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Criminology
  • Computer Applications in Justice Studies
  • Forensic Science
  • Justice and the Judiciary
  • Police work
  • Terrorism


Using this Guide

This guide will provide you with all the research material you need to complete assignments in any JUS course.  It is also a central place where those curious can learn more about their field of study.  Included with this subject guide will be a growing collection of course/professor specific pages to support you in completing written and oral assignments.  The librarian listed as page author is available for any assistance you may require.  Check back frequently as these pages will be updated on a regular basis


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