Distance Education and Criminal Justice at LHU
Lock Haven University does not formally offer the BS in Criminal Justice or the AA in Criminal Justice via distance through online delivery. However, we do offer a variety of criminal justice coursework via the web, particularly during summer sessions. These courses are typically offered to meet the needs of our currently enrolled students. Students not currently enrolled at Lock Haven University, but who have an interest in enrolling in a web-based course that is offered should contact the criminal justice department at (570) 484-2119 for more information. Permission may be given to enroll, if existing LHU student demand can be met.
Online Courses for 2013 by Semester:
Note: WEB-BASED COURSE; LOGIN CREDENTIALS WILL BE SENT TO YOUR LHU EMAIL AT THE START OF THE SEMESTER.
Spring (January 28 - May 17, 2013)
CRJS205-03 Drug Abuse Tamson Six, PH.D.
Summer 1 (May 27 - June 28, 2013)
CRJS102-01 Intro to Criminal Justice Tamson Six, PH.D. CRJS210-01 Diversity in Criminal Justice Dwayne Marshall, PH.D. CRJS240-01 Law Enforcement Dwayne Marshall, PH.D. CRJS260-01 Criminal Law Greg Koehle, PH.D. CRJS290-01 World Criminal Justice Systems Edward Bowman, PH.D. CRJS301-01 Juvenile Justice Edward Bowman, PH.D. CRJS315-01 Terrorism in the 21st Century Greg Koehle, PH.D. SOCI302-01 Criminology Tamson Six, PH.D.
Summer 2 (July 1 - August 2, 2013)
CRJS205-01 Drug Abuse Tamson Six, PH.D. CRJS300-01 Forensic Criminology Tamson Six, PH.D. CRJS305-01 Corrections Edward Bowman, PH.D. CRJS320-01 Topics in CRJS: Women and Crime Katie Pantaleo, PH.D. CRJS360-01 Criminal Procedure Greg Koehle, PH.D. CRJS425-01 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice Dwayne Marshall, PH.D.
Fall (August 26 - December 13, 2013)
CRJS210-01 Diverstiy in Criminal Justice Dwayne Marshall, PH.D. CRJS304-01 Criminal Justice Ethics Greg Koehle, PH.D.
The Criminal Justice program at Lock Haven University also makes extensive use of Interactive Television Video (ITV) to serve the criminal justice students enrolled through the Clearfield Campus. The majority of criminal justice students enrolled through the Clearfield Campus are pursuing the Associate's Degree. Law Enforcement, Juvenile Delinquency and some sociology courses are taught with dual audiences (main campus and Clearfield) through ITV technology. Students on both campuses 'sit' in the same classroom with the same instructor and are able to see, and interact with each other. Our Clearfield Campus is also able to interact with Dubois Regional Medical Center through ITV.
Fall - ITV Class (August 26 - December 13, 2013)
Broadcast from Clearfield Campus to Main Campus
CRJS220-01 Intro Conservation Law Enforcement Michael McSkimming, PH.D.