Founded in 1937, the Criminal Justice program at Wichita State University is the second-oldest program of its type in the United States.
The CJ program works in cooperation with other disciplines in the WSU School of Community Affairs to teach students to assimilate knowledge, acquire skills and develop professional judgment and behaviors appropriate for wise and ethical practice. Our faculty members are dedicated to graduating fully competent, skilled practitioners while remaining sensitive and responsive to the educational needs of each student.
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