Working Mom Finds Online Programs a Perfect Fit for Busy Lifestyle

Busy working mom Tanna Rosalez found getting a college degree manageable with the University of Oklahoma's online degree options.

New Book Shows Criminal Justice System Bias Against Minority Youth

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Paul Ketchum has published a new book addressing the overrepresentation of children of color in the criminal justice system.

Banner Carrier Aims for Career Melding Aviation Background, CJ Degree

OU Criminal Justice major Jackson Grow was honored as the Winter 2021 Banner Carrier, leading PACS students in the convocation processional Dec. 18.

PACS Criminal Justice Student Jeremy Adams Named Patriot of the Game

OU College of Professional and Continuing Studies criminal justice student Jeremy Adams was named Patriot of the Game during the Sept. 11 OU football game.

Criminal Justice Graduate Named AVP of Public Safety at Princeton

PACS graduate Kenneth Strother Jr. was named associate vice president for public safety at Princeton University on June 1.

PACS Instructor Experiences What It’s Like to be Homeless

Jerry Griffin, an adjunct instructor with the PACS Criminal Justice program, spent a weekend on the streets of Tulsa to experience homelessness firsthand.

OU Online Criminal Justice Program Among Top in the Nation

OU PACS' online criminal justice graduate program was ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

Advance Your Criminal Justice Career with a Pair of New Graduate Certificates

The OU College of Professional and Continuing Studies has created a pair of new graduate certificates for criminal justice professionals.