Department of

Criminal Justice, Anthropology,

Sociology & Human Rights

The Department of Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Sociology, and Human Rights at Georgian Court University offers bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice, minors in anthropology and criminal justice, and master’s degrees in criminal justice & human rights and homeland security.

Coursework throughout the program is administered by a team of experts in their respective arenas. Through interactive coursework and engaging field experiences, you’ll gain real-world knowledge of best practices in and issues that face the social sciences arena.

You’ll also receive a focus on women and social justice that only Georgian Court University can provide. The Mercy core values of respect, integrity, justice, compassion, and service are at the heart of all we do—especially in the educational programs the Department of Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Sociology, and Human Rights provides.

For more information on program requirements, concentrations, and credentials, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

King, Anna

Associate Professor & Chair
Criminal Justice, Anthropology & Sociology
Jeffries Hall 111
aking@georgian.edu
732-987-2487

Mogavero, Melanie

Assistant Professor
Criminal Justice, Anthropology & Sociology
Jeffries Hall 109
mmogavero@georgian.edu
732-987-2389

Ninivaggi, Cynthia

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice, Anthropology & Sociology
Jeffries Hall 116A
ninivaggic@georgian.edu
732-987-2365

Requa, Marny

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice, Anthropology & Sociology
Jeffries Hall 120
mrequa@georgian.edu
732-987-2393

Contact the Department of Criminal Justice, Anthropology, Sociology & Human Rights

Jeffries Hall
732-987-2393
mrequa@georgian.edu

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