It didn’t take long for the brand new Mock Trial Club at MSU to make its mark. Competing in its very first mock trial tournament last weekend, the MSU squad received honorable mention for the Spirit of American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Award. This recognizes our group’s efforts to exemplify honesty, civility, and fairness. We are incredibly proud of our mock … [Read more...] about Mock Trial Earns Honorable Mention in First Outing
Looking for Summer Courses? Check out our schedule below. Summer 2020 Schedule May 18 – Summer Intersession classes begin May 25 – Memorial Day holiday (no classes) June 5 – Summer Intersession classes end June 8 – Summer Classes begin July 3 – Independence Day observed (no classes) July 29 – Last day of classes July 30-31 – Final exams … [Read more...] about CHPA Offers Summer Courses Online
Please join the Missouri State University Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice in a 30th Anniversary Celebration! Wednesday, March 21, 2018, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Plaster Student Union, Ballroom West … [Read more...] about Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice 30th Anniversary Celebration
Dr. David Mitchell, professor of economics and director of the Bureau of Economic Research at Missouri State University, conducted a study to determine the economic costs and benefits of the proposed Raise the Age Legislation in Missouri. The Show Me State is one of five states where 17-year-olds are automatically treated as adults in the criminal justice system, along with … [Read more...] about What is the potential economic impact of Raise the Age Legislation?
Amanda Muse, academic advisor in Criminology, was recently awarded the Excellence in Advising Staff Award from the Missouri State University master advisors. Mandi does an excellent job advising the students and is well-deserving of the this recognition. Congratulations Mandi! … [Read more...] about Excellence in Advising Staff Award