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Advising Office & Undergraduate Program

Sandra Jones, M.A. - Academic Advisor
SOC 306
(813) 974-3311
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Sharon Loschiavo, M.ED. - Academic Advisor
SOC 320
(813) 974-9548

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Travis J. Taylor, M.A.E. - Academic Advisor
SOC 307
(813) 974-2904
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GRADUATE PROGRAMS

We offer a MA in Criminology, PhD in Criminology, MS in Cybercrime and MA in Criminal Justice Administration.

  • MA in Criminology

The Master of Arts in Criminology is a two-year program designed to provide the student with an in-depth understanding of the major ideas and issues in criminology and criminal justice. Students will master both theoretical and methodological tools of inquiry used in the field of criminology and criminal justice.

For more information on the program along with Admission and funding information, click here.

The PhD or Doctor of Philosophy is granted in recognition of the highest attainment in a specific field of knowledge. It is a research degree conferred when a student has demonstrated proficiency and distinctive achievement in a specified field. The Doctor of Philosophy degree requires a student to complete a dissertation that provides evidence of the ability to do original and independent research that contributes to a body of knowledge.

For more information on the program along with Admission and funding information, click here.

The Master of Science in Cybercrime is a fully online program designed to provide the student with an in-depth understanding of the major issues in criminology as it relates to cybercrime. Students will master current criminology theory as it relates to the social and behavioral aspects of cybercrime, learn investigative methodologies and tools, and develop skills in the application of digital forensic science to cybercrime investigations.

For more information on the program along with Admission and funding information, click here.

The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration (MACJA) degree is designed for and restricted to working professionals in the criminal justice field. The MACJA program aims to enhance current criminal justice practitioners' technical skills, decision-making processes, and analytic capabilities. Scheduled for the convenience of working professionals, classes are held on Saturdays for five consecutive semesters.

For more information on the program along with Admission and funding information, click here.

PhD & MA Program
Dr. Ráchael Powers
Graduate Director
University of South Florida
Department of Criminology
4202 East Fowler Avenue / SOC 107
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MACJA Program
Dr. Max Bromley
MACJA Program Director
University of South Florida
Department of Criminology, MACJA
4202 East Fowler Avenue / SOC 107
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INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

For more information on the program, please send an email to: ccjadvise@usf.edu
 

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CRIMINOLOGY ONLINE

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CONTACT US

4202 East Fowler Ave.
SOC 322
Phone: Main Office - (813)974-9708**
Fax: (813)974-2803
Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:00pm

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**All advising or Undergraduate Program inquiries should go directly to the Advisors or Advising Suite

 

Advising Suite
4202 East Fowler Ave.
SOC 305
Phone: (813)974-7197
Fax: (813)974-2803
Email: Academic Program Specialist – karine1@usf.edu
Email: Advisors – ccjadvise@usf.edu
 
Andrew Franz, Esq.
Undergraduate Coordinator
4202 East Fowler Avenue
SOC 336
Phone: (813)974-6669
Fax: (813)974-2803
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PhD & MA Program
Ráchael Powers, Ph.D.
Graduate Director
4202 East Fowler Avenue
SOC 338
Phone: (813)974-9531
Fax: (813)974-2803
Email: powersr@usf.edu

 

Max Bromley, Ed.D.
MACJA Program Director
4202 East Fowler Avenue
SOC 325
Phone: (813)974-7281
Fax: (813)974-2803
Email: mbromley@usf.edu  

 

Sarah Nobles
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
SOC 339
Phone: (813)974-4805
Email: sarahnobles@usf.edu
 
R. LeGrande Gardner, Ph.D.
Program Director, MS Cybercrime Degree,
Director, Digital Forensics Program,
MS Cybersecurity Degree Program,
Office of Graduate Studies;
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
SOC 329
Tampa FL, 33620
Fax: (813)974-2803
Email: gardnerl@usf.edu
 
 
Dean’s Office
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
MHC 1110
Tampa, FL 33620
Phone: 813-974-4602
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