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- Several Criminal Justices students have recent notable achievements.
Rocio Herrera, a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology, was selected as a Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Intern for the Fall of 2009. The mission of the HACU is to improve access to, and the quality of, post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students, and to meet the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise. The HACU Internship Program places 600 student interns each year with federal agencies in Washington, D.C. and field offices throughout the United States. Rocio will complete her internship with the United States Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C.
Students interested in pursuing similar internship opportunities are encouraged to visit the HACU website for further information about the organization and its internship opportunities.
Rose Maldonado became the first student in the Department of Criminal Justice to earn the Associate of Arts degree in Forensic Investigations. Rose completed the degree plan in the Summer of 2009. The AA program in Forensic Investigations originated as a degree plan at UTB/TSC in the Fall of 2008. The program has grown to include 80 active majors. To learn more about the Forensic Investigations degree plan and course offerings CLICK HERE.