The UNH Justice Studies program administers a chapter, Delta Zeta, of the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, called Alpha Phi Sigma. Information about the society, including membership requirements, application, scholarship information, and much more, can be found at the Alpha Phi Sigma website below.
The Justice Studies Program offers two internship courses for credit, JUST 601, Internship, and JUST 602, Research Internship.
Mock trials are carefully designed learning "games" that recreate the procedures, dynamics and drama of civil or criminal court trials. The UNH Mock Trial Program provides a rewarding opportunity for students interested in the law, or those that want to put their theatrical or debating talents to the test in intercollegiate competition.
As a major research university, UNH provides all students with the unique and valuable opportunity to conduct research during their undergraduate years.
Please visit the COLA Scholarships & Financial Aid page for details concerning Justice Studies scholarships.
The Justice Studies Program manages a study abroad program in Budapest, Hungary, intended to deepen students' knowledge of modern European justice systems. Many other opportunities for study abroad and exchanges in the U.S. are available.