Student Outcomes

At the successful conclusion of your studies in criminal justice, you will be able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of criminal justice processes, terminology, and history,
  • articulate an understanding of the link between criminological theory, research methodology, and criminal justice policy,
  • formulate and appraise your moral, ethical, cognitive, and personal development in relation to the field of criminal justice,
  • demonstrate computing, verbal, and written communication skills,
  • describe and evaluate the principles of scientific methodology so that you may become informed consumers of criminal justice research, and
  • develop an esprit de corps among criminal justice majors while in attendance at Plymouth State University to facilitate contacts among criminal justice professionals and alumni.

Contact Us

Department of Criminal Justice

Hyde Hall 334

Phone: (603) 535-2233
Email: dboynton@plymouth.edu
(Dawn Boynton, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: (603) 535-2943

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC 59
Plymouth, NH 03264

Our Students

Charles DeJoie

Charles DeJoie
“The professors use their real life experience to enhance the classroom atmosphere, and convey information in a way that engages and challenges their students. They want to see their students succeed, and will give them the tools to do so.”
~ Charles DeJoie