The Division of Justice and Law Administration (JLA), a unit of the Ancell School of Business, has offered an acclaimed Bachelor of Science degree since 1976.
With options in legal studies, paralegal studies, law enforcement, corrections, and criminology, the JLA program is home to over 500 majors and teaches up to 2,000 students per year.
In 1997, the JLA Division began its Master of Science in Justice Administration (MSJA) degree program.
Police Commissioners Asssociation of CT Scholarshipscholarship to be awarded to a full-time junior or senior with a major in law enforcement or corrections studies.
JLA Welcomes Dr. Patrice Morris to our Full-Time Faculty
Dr. Morris comes to us with strong criminology credentials. She was awarded her doctorate from Rutgers and she has published several pieces of scholarly articles. Her principle research interests are adult and juvenile corrections, neighborhoods and violent crime and crime and violence in developing countries.
JLA senior, Brittany Bisson, with Dean Allen Morton and Prof. Mullaney (Chair, JLA) at the May 2011 Honors convocation. Brittany received both The Ancell Dean's Award and the Justice and Law administration Award.
JLA senior, Roosevelt Jean received the T. Clrak Hull Danbury Bar Association Award at the May Honors convocation. He is pictured with Prof. Mullaney (Chair, JLA).