Events sponsored by the Government, History and Justice Department include Luncheon Learn programs (lunchtime lectures by faculty and students), Kenelm Lecture (Seminar held at the Weymouth center in Southern Pines), Barden Lecture (Government), and Humanities Lecture (History). Honor societies and clubs also bring in speakers on a regular basis.
Criminal Justice majors have a unique opportunity to travel with instructors to Washington D.C. where they will visit the Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial, the Museum of Crime and Punishment, the White House, the Supreme Court, Congress, the FBI, DHS, the National Mall and Arlington Cemetery.
A special study abroad program in London has developed from criminal justice majors. Students study the justice system in Great Britain and visit Parliament, the Supreme Court, City of London Police Museum, Clink Prison Museum, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and many of London’s other attractions. Three hours of course credit is given for four weeks of study abroad. More about Campbell University Study Abroad >