ACADEMICS

Stephen A. Morreale, D.P.A.

Professor and Chair of Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice is interdisciplinary. We are not a "Cop Shop." The CJ Progam at WSU strives to prepare students to grow and become more conversant, superior writers and critical thinkers. Our graduates go on to law school and graduate school. They work in corrections, policing, private security and loss prevention, probation, victim services, juvenile justice and juvenile services. Our faculty is diverse in experience and perspectives. You will learn in small classrooms and can supplement your coursework with Internships for real world experience.

Education

1976
Grahm Junior College
Communication - Radio and Television
AS
1982
UMass Boston (formerly Boston State College)
Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement
BS
1983
Golden Gate University
Public Administration
MPA
2002
Nova Southeastern University
Public Administration
DPA
Skills Leadership, Decision-making, Executive Development, Organizational Planning and Change

Courses

CJ 111

Law Enforcement and Society


3 credits
CJ 400

Criminal Justice Capstone


3 credits
CJ 338

Introduction to Contemporary Security


3 credits
CJ 371

Strategic Planning


3 credits
CJ 330

Criminal Justice Administration


3 credits