Study crime and justice in Detroit
The study of criminal justice begins by learning about what the system is and how it is intended to work to establish and maintain social order. A degree in criminal justice enables students to identify and assess the often-conflicting objectives of the criminal justice system and investigate basic issues and practical problems in criminology and the administration of justice
Wayne State born and raised: Criminal Justice alum takes research to new heights in the School of Social Work
When Neva Nahan started as a student at Wayne State University (WSU) in the mid-seventies, she was not sure what she wanted to do with her life or what she wanted to study. More than 40 years later, Neva is right where she belongs and as it turns out, she never left Wayne State.