What’s it like to study criminal justice at Carthage? Learn more about the Carthage Criminal Justice Program from the students who are part of it. Read what Carthage criminal justice majors have to say.
Nicole Biba ’24
- Majors: Political Science, Criminal Justice
- Minors: Music
- Hometown: Cuba City, Wis.
“I love learning about the different types of government that different people think are best. My advice would be to fully immerse yourself in your classes because then they become so interesting, and it can relate to more courses down the road.”
Kitara Harsh ’20
- Majors: Criminal Justice
- Minors: Psychology
- Hometown: Montello, Wisconsin
“You can’t let people scare you away from pursuing it, don’t ever give up. For me, being a woman in the criminal justice field is intimidating, and adding the fact that I’m also a minority in a profession that’s typically white men doubles the intimidation. You can’t let that hold you back, especially if this major is something you’re passionate about.”
Olivia Monson ’20
- Majors: Criminal Justice and Spanish
- Hometown: Bartlett, Illinois
“Criminal justice is a very intriguing major that makes you think about the social, psychological, physical, and criminal changes and impacts that develop because of events that happen in our very own communities.”