School of Criminal Justice and Public Administration
Our school focuses on theory and practice in two interconnected fields.
Kean's criminal justice program is interdisciplinary and explores the causes and effects of crime, as well as the analytical, investigatory and technology-based police responses to it. You look at the criminal justice system from the perspectives of the correctional, court and juvenile justice systems, while you explore the application of the law and policing methods. The broad-based approach — with internships and mentoring — prepares you for a wide variety of careers or post-baccalaureate study after graduation.
The public administration program gives you the training and insight for key roles in government, health care and nonprofit organizations. One of a few universities in the region to offer an undergraduate program in public administration, Kean's combined five-year B.A./MPA program gives students early entry into graduate study.
Undergraduate degrees in the School of Criminal Justice and Public Administration:
Dr. Bok Jeong, Public Administration, and Dennis Bogdan, Criminal Justice, accompanied Kean students to a program on career development held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Click the link below for the full story