Contact Info

          Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
          Hendricks Hall, Room 146
          235 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2409

          Dr. Delbert Rounds
          Department Chair
          Phone: (814) 732-2404
          Email: drounds@edinboro.edu

          Dr. Lenore Barbian
          Anthropology Program Director
          Phone: (814) 732-1782
          Email: lbarbian@edinboro.edu

          Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies


          Degree programs in criminal justice, anthropology and forensic studies equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields of the 21st Century.
          Outstanding student scholarship

          Outstanding student scholarship

          Graduate student Ashley Aldan's thesis compares six methods of sex determination to establish which method(s) produce the most accurate results.

          Edinboro University’s Department of Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies seeks to empower students as outstanding citizens and leaders by promoting creative and critical thinking, self-growth, empathy and moral responsibility toward others, and an enduring respect for knowledge and its practical applications. The Department is distinguished by outstanding faculty members who possess wide-ranging expertise in policing, corrections and criminology, as well as real-world experience as forensic scientists, criminal investigators, probation officers and anthropologists.  

          The Department endeavors to create a synergy between academic disciplines by harnessing the fundamentals of the social sciences: the scientific method, theoretically and methodically sound research and the dissemination of research to academic communities and to the broader public for the greater good of society. Graduates of the department possess a broad spectrum of research, analytical, and communication skills, as well as in-depth knowledge of their major. Students will also develop an appreciation for interdisciplinary endeavors and life-long learning.

          Because of the sophisticated educational experience students receive, alumni have found success as federal, state, and local law enforcement agents and investigators; prison managers, probation officers, and other types of corrections officials; archaeologists and university professors and teachers.

          Majors & Programs

          Associate
          Program
          Curriculum
          Course Sequence
          Criminal Justice
          Porreco College Associate of Arts
          Program Number: 1501
          Department: Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
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          Bachelor's
          Program
          Curriculum
          Course Sequence
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          Minors
          Program
          Curriculum
          Anthropology Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1025
          Department: Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
          Description
          Archaeology Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1026
          Department: Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
          Description
          Criminal Justice Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1011
          Department: Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
          Description
          Forensic Studies Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1080
          Department: Criminal Justice, Anthropology, and Forensic Studies
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