Criminal Justice Program at Molloy Ranked Top 5% in the U.S. For 2019
Director John Eterno credits the program's success to the individual attention students receive from their professors. Students gain real-world experience from internship opportunities including federal agencies and the court systems; the program receives support from an advisory board made up of judges, district attorneys, FBI special agents and analysts, and local department chiefs.
In addition to internships and classes, the diverse faculty with whom students interact every day contribute to their achievements. These professors come from all areas of civil service and impart their experience and expertise into the curriculum.
Students have the option to participate in the Pre-Law track, with a minor in Legal Studies and paralegal certification, or minor in Forensic Studies. Master's Degree students benefit from flexible/online learning opportunities while also interacting with other professionals in class.