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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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Founded in 1964, John Jay College of Criminal Justice is one of the nation’s most prestigious liberal arts institutions.  The theme of justice is at the heart of each program, ranging across the arts, sciences and humanities. The breadth and diversity of scholarship at John Jay promises a rich learning experience to our students. The school's namesake, John Jay, was the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court and one of the founding fathers of the United States. Jay was a native of New York City and served as governor of New York State.

An international leader in educating for justice, John Jay offers a rich liberal arts and professional studies curriculum to a diverse student body, with the majority seeking careers in public service. The strength, reputation and vitality of the College are embodied in the commitment to academic excellence maintained by its faculty--many of whom are recognized experts in their fields, conducting critical research in areas such as DNA analysis, drug abuse trends, child aggression, criminal law, police methods and crime reduction strategy.


Admissions Contact:
 

Chris Valentino
Assistant Director of Recruitment
Cvalentino@jjay.cuny.edu
212.237.8000
 



 

Articulation Agreements/Advising Guides

B.S Computer Science & Information Security:

MVCC A.S Computer Science to John Jay Computer Science & Information Security (Mathematics and Computer Science Department)

 

B.S. Criminal Justice:

MVCC A.S Criminal Justice to John Jay B.S. Criminal Justice (Law and Police Science Department)

 

B.S. Criminal Justice Management:

MVCC A.S Criminal Justice to John Jay B.S. Criminal Justice Management (Public Management Department)

 

B.S. Security Management:

MVCC A.S Criminal Justice to John Jay B.S. Security Management (Security, Fire & Emergency Management Department)