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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Law and Justice Department

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College of the Sciences
Farrell Hall, room 309
CWU-Des Moines (D)
CWU-Lynnwood (L)
Mail Stop 7580
Fax: 509-963-3205
See website for how these programs may be used for educational and career purposes.

Faculty and Staff
Interim Chair

James Huckabay, PhD

University Center Department Directors
Krystal Noga-Styron, JD (L)
Mary Ellen Reimund, JD, LLM (D)

Rodrigo Murataya, PhD, criminal investigation, police-community relations, police personnel administration
J. Michael Olivero, PhD, corrections, criminology
Charles Reasons, PhD, LLB, criminology, criminal justice, law, comparative justice
Mary Ellen Reimund, LLM, criminal law, alternative dispute resolution, restorative justice

Associate Professors
Teresa Francis, JD, LLM, criminal law, correctional law
Krystal Noga-Styron, JD, criminal law, crime and the media
Cody Stoddard, PhD, policing, courts, criminological theory, quantitative methods

Assistant Professors
Danielle Neal, PhD
Roger Schaefer, PhD

Saul Chacon, MA
Robert Wes Clogston, MS, law enforcement, comparative criminal justice, police personnel administration
Robert Moore, MA, corrections, correctional counseling

Michael Hanscom, secretary senior

Department Standards
Admission to the major and to the minor

  • Grade requirement: overall grade point average of 2.25 or higher. The department chair may admit a limited number of students with grade point averages below 2.25 under extenuating circumstances.
  • Students applying to the major must submit a major application form.
  • The law and justice department reserves the right to modify these requirements in special cases or as the needs of the department change.

Exit Requirements
A minimum grade of C- must be earned in all courses used to fulfill the requirements of the major and of the minor.

Bachelor of Arts
(NOTE: Students seeking a BA degree must complete one year of college/university study or two years of high school study of a single world language.)

(NOTE: for all 400-level LAJ courses, student must have completed either a DTA or ENG 101 and 102, MATH 101 or 153 or 154 or 164 or 170 or 172, MATH 102 or MATH 130 or PHIL 201 or CS 105 (basic skills in these categories.) 


    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)Minor


      Law and Justice (LAJ)

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