Criminology and Criminal Justice

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UMSL CCJ Department ranked #4 among Criminology and Criminal Justice Doctoral Programs in the Nation according to the 2010 U.S. News & World Report peer rankings.


Rankings for the top 10 departments are:



Institution
Mean Assessment Score (5.0=highest)
1. University of Maryland, College Park
4.7
2. State University of New York - Albany
4.4
3. University of Cincinnati
4.1
4. University of Missouri - St. Louis
3.8
5. Pennsylvania State University - University Park
3.7
..,.University of California - Irvine
3.7
7. Michigan State University
3.5
....Florida State University
3.5
....Rutgers State University of New Jersey - Newark
3.3
10. CUNY - John Jay College
3.3

Source: U.S. News and World Report, 2010. Note: Programs ranked in 2009. Lists of schools and individuals surveyed were provided by the American Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Respondents were asked to rate the academic quality of doctoral programs on a scale of 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding). The response rate was 90%.



Here are the previous rankings by U.S News & World Report (2005-2009)

Institution
Mean Assessment Score (5.0=highest)
1. University of Maryland, College Park
4.9
2. State University of New York - Albany
4.7
3. University of Cincinnati
4.1
4. University of Missouri - St. Louis
4.0
....University of California - Irvine
4.0
....Rutgers State University - Newark NJ
4.0
7. Michigan State University
3.6
....Pennsylvania State University - University Park
3.6
9. University of Nebraska - Omaha
3.3
....University of Pennsylvania
3.3
11.City University of New York - John Jay College
3.2
....Florida State University
3.2
....University of Florida
3.2
14.Northeastern University (MA)
3.1
....University of Delaware
3.1
16.American University
3.0
....Arizona State University
3.0
18.Temple University (PA)
2.9
....Washington State University
2.9
20.Indiana University
2.8
....University of Illinois - Chicago
2.8
22.Sam Houston State University (TX)
2.5

Source: U.S. News and World Report, 2009. Note: Programs ranked in 2005. Lists of schools and individuals surveyed were provided by the American Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Respondents were asked to rate the academic quality of doctoral programs on a scale of 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding). The response rate was 88%. Surveys were conducted by Synovate.

 

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