Posts Tagged ‘criminology’

Dunaway gets promotion

Gregory Dunaway, a Mississippi State University faculty member with an extensive background in criminal justice and sociology, is the new associate dean in the College of Arts and Sciences. As associate dean of academic affairs and student services in the university’s largest academic unit, Dunaway coordinates all aspects of the undergraduate programs, including curriculum issues, […] [...]

MSU to offer criminology degree

by Published: April 8,2010

Tags: criminology, education, higher education

STARKVILLE — Beginning with summer-term classes in June, Mississippi State University’s (MSU’s) College of Arts and Sciences will offer a bachelor’s degree program in criminology. As a major within the university’s sociology department, the academic curriculum will emphasize the study of types; patterns and trends in criminal behavior; and the social causes of and responses […] [...]

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