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University of New Haven Academic Catalog
    University of New Haven
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences


Mario T. Gaboury, Ph.D., J.D., Dean

David Schroeder, Ph.D., Assistant Dean

Daniel Mabrey, Ph.D., Assistant Dean

The Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences provides educational services for students who wish to major in degree programs in public safety and security and public service. Students in the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences typically pursue careers in areas such as criminal justice, forensic science, fire science, arson investigation, corrections, law, paralegal and related areas. The school provides a broad professional education, which often incorporates classroom learning with laboratory and field experience. The school attracts students of varied ages and levels of experience, from recent high school graduates to seasoned industry professionals. It also serves professionals seeking programs designed to meet requirements of national and/or regional accreditations and licensures.

Graduate degree programs and certificates are available in various disciplines through the Graduate School.

University Core Curriculum

In addition to departmental requirements, students must fulfill all requirements of the University Core Curriculum.

Programs and Concentrations

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science
Criminal Justice
  Corrections
Crime Analysis
Forensic Psychology
International Justice and Security
Investigative Services
Juvenile and Family Justice
Law Enforcement Administration
Victim Services Administration
Fire Science
  Fire/Arson Investigation
Fire Administration
Fire Science Technology
Fire Protection Engineering
Paramedicine
Forensic Science
Legal Studies
  Public Affairs
Dispute Resolution
Paralegal Studies
National Security
Associate in Science

Criminal Justice
Fire and Occupational Safety
Legal Studies
Paramedicine

Certificates

Crime Analysis
Criminal Justice Management
Emergency Management
Fire/Arson Investigation
Fire Prevention
Forensic Computer Investigation
Industrial Fire Protection
Information Protection and Security
Law Enforcement Science
Paralegal Studies
Private Security
Victim Services

Graduate Programs

Master of Science

Criminal Justice
Fire Science
Forensic Science
National Security and Public Safety

Graduate Certificates

Arson Investigation
Criminal Justice/Security Management
Fire Science/Administration and Technology
Forensic Science/Advanced Investigation
Forensic Science/Criminalistics
Forensic Science/Fire Science
Forensic Computer Investigation
Forensic Psychology
Information Protection and Security
National Security
National Security Administration
Public Safety Management
Victim Advocacy and Service Management

Criminal Justice

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Programs

Forensic Science

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Programs

Legal Studies

Go to information for Legal Studies.

Programs

The Institute of Law and Public Affairs

Go to information for The Institute of Law and Public Affairs.

Programs

Department of Fire Science and Professional Studies

Go to information for Department of Fire Science and Professional Studies.

Programs