Criminal & Restorative Justice

Find your purposeful and meaningful career supporting and healing the criminal justice system

Become an agent of change for the good of society as you study the ways culture, social environments, and institutions shape our individual lives. Learn from faculty who will engage you in their research and encourage you to conduct your own. You will also be encouraged to participate in an internship with one of our numerous community partners. Majoring in criminal justice flows from Malone's Christian heritage that emphasizes service to the church, community, and world.

Program Distinctives

  • Work in law enforcement, corrections, Homeland security, legal services, or restorative justice social services organizations.
  • Learn to gain a fuller sense of criminal justice by restoring offenders back to society.
  • Discover your deep care for people of any background in a program that emphasizes God’s love for all people.

View course curriculum

The Criminal & Restorative Justice major curriculum is listed in the official Academic Catalog

catalog buttonsOnce in the catalog, you can use the buttons (pictured left) located at the upper right of the page to plan your courses, save courses to your own personalized catalog, print them, and more! 

Criminal & Restorative Justice Minor

Requirements for a minor in Criminal & Restorative Justice

Why “Restorative” Justice?

Malone’s commitment to restorative justice springs from our affiliation with the Evangelical Friends Church.

Cody Stadtman '19

Criminal & Restorative Justice

“I chose this major because I have always been interested in police work. I know my education at Malone will help me to succeed in obtaining a position in this field that I am most passionate about.”