The Behavioral Sciences Department includes four undergraduate programs: Sociology, Human Services, Criminal Justice, and the 4 +1 Police Program.
Collaborate in classes that foster professional and personal growth while learning pragmatic skills and academic issues associated to specific majors.
Majors and Concentrations
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS)
- Criminal Justice Minor
- Disability Studies Minor
- GIS Crime Mapping and Analysis Minor
- Human Services Minor
- Sociology Minor
Course Rotations, Plan of Study, and University Catalog
- Criminal Justice Two-Year Course Rotation (PDF)
- Human Services Two-Year Course Rotation (PDF)
- Sociology Two-Year Course Rotation (PDF)
- Four-Year Plan of Study
- University Catalog
Meet Our Faculty
Criminal Justice Honor Society
Fitchburg State University is home to the Xi Gamma Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society. For more information about Alpha Phi Sigma visit their website.
Academic excellence, leadership, service, and unity are the core values of Alpha Phi Sigma. Our members represent the top 35% of all Criminal Justice students and are moral, ethical, and scholarly community leaders both in and out of the classroom.
Chapter Advisor: Katherine Hazen
2022-2023 Chapter President: TBD
Scott Cormier, Helen Dyer, Jordyn Gagliardi, Emily Grant, Travis Morcaldi, Jenna Morse, Adelys Ortega, Tara Prosser, Brienna Rosa, Connor Smith, Alex Stellato