Major Description:

The Bachelor of Science in criminal justice at Alderson Broaddus University offers a comprehensive look at all aspects of the law and how it affects communities and individuals. In this program, students learn to think critically about crime and are able to separate sense from nonsense regarding criminal justice issues, policies, and practices. Our program teaches students one of the most misunderstood topics in criminal justice, what works? Students are taught which crime-fighting strategies result in change and which ones fail. This program also teaches students how to investigate crimes, communicate criminal justice theories, why crime happens and what causes it, apply ethical behavior, and explain laws. Our criminal justice program is committed to helping students realize their career goals of working to improve justice in society.

For more information, contact us:

Jonathan Wolf

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Jonathan Wolf

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

(304) 457-6498

James Dorsey

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
James Dorsey

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

Dr. James Dorsey earned a Bachelor of Science degree from West Liberty University and his Juris Doctor degree from West Virginia University. As a licensed attorney, he says he has always had his sights on higher education and is thankful for the opportunity to transition into a new career at AB.

Dorsey began his career at Alderson Broaddus University in 2019.

Title IX:

304.457.6330