Graduate funding and research opportunities
Graduate research opportunities and professional development for CCJ students at NAU
Criminology graduate students may apply to be scholars through the Institute for Translational Research Education (ITRE) in Adolescent Drug Abuse, a federally funded partnership between the University of South Florida and NAU’s Center for Health Equity Research (CHER). Contact Dr. Brooke de Heer or Dr. Lynn Jones, or visit the CHER website for more information.
Northern Arizona University’s Graduate College offers ongoing workshops and professional development opportunities for graduate students. For more information about additional opportunities and resources, please visit the Graduate College campus resources web page.
Criminology and Criminal Justice faculty teaching in the graduate program are active scholars, and students may and earn course credit while they learn in a focused research environment. Students may discuss possible ideas for an independent study (CCJ 697) or enroll in graduate research hours (CCJ 685) upon approval of faculty.