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Criminal Justice Internships

Criminal Justice seniors are required to take an internship class, completing 130 hours (with other requirements). The internship offers participant-observation and hands-on experience that provides the opportunity to integrate theory and practice. It also provides an excellent networking opportunity for our students as well as a recruiting tool for our partner criminal justice agencies.


Students may sign up for CJ 400 when offered, if they meet the prerequisites.  For any questions, or for any criminal justice partner agencies who wish to participate, please contact Dr. Tom Jordan at tom.jordan@tamut.edu.

active shooter training Texas A&M University-Texarkana Police Department Chief Alexander Serrano providing active shooter training.

Texas Department of Public Safety Staff Sergeant Sylvia Jennings and Officer Monte Whisenhunt talk to CJ students about DPS opportunities


Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Shawn Hervey speaks to students.

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  • Texarkana, TX 75503
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