Your Career in Criminal Justice Begins Today at St. Francis College
Are you interested in social issues and the law? Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career?
As a Criminal Justice major at St. Francis College, you will learn about social issues; the theory, research, policy, and practice of criminal justice; and how to think critically and objectively. In addition to our regular faculty instructors, students have the opportunity to be taught by adjuncts who are working professionals in criminal justice. With an option to minor in the booming field of forensic science, you can further enhance your skills and make yourself more attractive to potential employers.
The job outlook for Criminal Justice majors at all levels is excellent. Many graduates from the Criminal Justice department at St. Francis College go on to become New York City Police Officers, with several of our alumni rising to the top ranks in the NYPD. Among are alumni are:
- Thomas Von Essen '72, former Fire Commissioner, FDNY
- Patrick Timlin '79, Deputy Commissioner of Operations, NYPD
- Richard Schierer 76, former Director New York City Office of Emergency Management
- Thomas Pickard '72, former Deputy Director of the FBI
Other graduates have gone on to careers at the state level fighting Medicaid fraud, as well as jobs at the federal level in probation and parole; corrections; the Environmental Protection Agency; the Occupational Health and Safety Administration; and the rapidly growing area of private security. Many of our Criminal Justice majors also go on to graduate and law school and find careers in administration, research and criminal justice policy.
Make a positive impact on the world. Enroll in the Criminal Justice program today!