Dr. Rebecca Stevens

Teaching Area(s): Criminal Justice

Working with students has been and always will be the best part of my job.


As an interdisciplinary study, criminal justice combines sociology, psychology, forensic science, legal studies, philosophy, political science and urban studies, and tries to identify and explain patterns of criminal behavior. As a criminal justice major, you have the opportunity to pick between one of two tracks:

  • Law Enforcement
  • Applied Criminal Justice
  • Forensic Studies

The law enforcement concentration is for students who wish to pursue a career in a variety of state and local law enforcement agencies. You will study topics ranging from juvenile delinquency to criminology to family violence. The applied criminal justice concentration is designed for those interested in pursuing a career in corrections, probation or parole. Those who choose this track will take courses involving drugs and crime, behavior and society, among a variety of others.

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