Criminology, Law and Society
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Concentrations

BS in Criminology, Law and Society

Our graduates work in a many different careers in the private and public sectors. They are:

  • CIA agents
  • civil rights advocates and drug and alcohol counselors
  • customs and immigration officials
  • naval investigators and police officers

Many of our students go on to graduate studies or law school. They work as lawyers and some serve as judges.

Christine Imperato

Christine Imperato, 2012

  • Member of Lambda Alpha Epsilon
  • Scholarship recipient from the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International
  • Member of the American Society of Collegiate Scholars
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Christina Lauderdale

Christina Lauderdale, 2012

  • Conducted independent research on juvenile drug courts; composing original paper from data collected in CLS Honors Seminar.
  • Served as president of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, the criminal justice student organization
  • Tutors in the Fairfax County Public Schools as an AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) volunteer
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Megan Pfeifle

Megan Pfeifle, 2012

  • Published article on the evolving role of parents in drug courts in the George Mason Review
  • Major in criminology, law and society
  • Minor in Japanese studies
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Maggie A. DeBoard

Maggie A. DeBoard, 1986

  • After 25 years on Fairfax County Police, named police chief of Herndon, VA
  • President of the Police Utility Tour, dedicated to raising awareness of those killed in the line of duty
  • Received BS in criminal justice and graduated from the FBI's National Academy
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