Professors: James Chriss, Philip Manning (Chair), Peter Meiksins, William R. Morgan; Professors Emeriti: William C. Bailey, Henry M. Barlow, Mareyjoyce Green, Sarah H. Matthews, Hans Nagpaul; Associate Professors: Dana J. Hubbard, Stephanie L. Kent, Robert Kleidman, Teresa LaGrange, Wendy Regoeczi, Rongjun Sun; Assistant Professors: Miyuki Fukushima Tedor, Linda Francis, Valerie Wright; Lecturers: Dawn Aliberti, Calvin Moore, Marnie Rodriguez, Michael Skladany.
The honors program is intended as an additional experience for criminology majors who have high GPAs and would like more in-depth training in sociology. A variety of honors experiences tailored to students' interests is offered including additional work in an established course, enrollment in a graduate course, participation in a faculty member's research project, supervised independent research, and service learning. Students must apply for the honors program no later than the end of their junior year; have completed 2 of the 4 upper-level core courses and a minimum of 60 credit hours; and have an accumulated GPA of 3.3 or higher in all classes. To graduate with Honors in Criminology, a student must participate in the honors program for two semesters, at least 4 hours per semester; receive a grade of at least B+ in each course taken for honors credit; and graduate with at least a 3.3 overall GPA. For further information contact the Department of Sociology and Criminology office, 216-687-4500.