Skip to main content

The UCF Department of Criminal Justice provides excellence in teaching, research and service. Faculty members are dedicated to our students and deliver outstanding undergraduate and graduate instruction while combining learning, service and inquiry. The department also conducts quality research, pursuing local, state and federal funding to advance knowledge within our discipline. By actively developing meaningful partnerships, we provide exemplary service to the university as well as the broader professional and academic communities.

Stay Connected

Find Us on Facebook  Follow Us on Twitter

Looking for an advisor?

Contact the department’s advising office to schedule an appointment with an advisor for more information about admission requirements, orientation, registration, graduation and more.

In the News

Rhen Myers looks back at the camera and smiles, with a graduation stole perched on her shoulder.

Ahead of the Curve: Criminal Justice Student Graduates at 18

Years ahead of her peers, Rhen Myers ’23 is getting a head start on pursuing her goal of working in public service...
Two women sit facing each other with slight smiles on their faces during a counseling session.

New UCF Project Works to Help Keep Victims of Intimate Partner Violence Safe

The goal is to create a screening tool that can be used by student health services and beyond, including in college athletic training settings or in college counseling centers...
A woman sits at her desk speaking with someone online, a tablet in hand.

UCF-led Research Team to Develop Pandemic Guidelines for Community Supervision Agencies

Criminal justice faculty member Jill Viglione will work with experts to examine best practices and compile evidence-based guidelines for agencies to use in public health crises...