Advisement

Advisors guide your academic path and help you stay on track to graduate.

How do you get a criminology advisor?

Undergraduate: Declare a criminology major with the Academic Advising and Transfer Center. Then, we’ll assign you an advisor.

Until you complete 75 credit hours, you must meet with your advisor once a semester to register for classes.

Graduate: Our department assigns you an advisor. They serve as your mentor and consultant for scheduling.

Meet with you advisor once a semester to receive approval for class registration.

Undergraduate certificate advisors

Dr. Jennifer LaPrade

Criminal Courts Certificate Coordinator

Dr. Michael J. Kyle

Criminal Investigation Certificate Coordinator

Dr. Brett E. Garland

National Security Certificate Coordinator

Dr. Michael Suttmoeller

Conservation Law Enforcement Undergraduate Certificate Coordinator

Graduate certificate advisors

Dr. Michael J. Kyle

Criminal Justice Leadership and Management Certificate Coordinator

Dr. William L. Sandel

Crime Prevention Certificate Coordinator

Dr. Michael Suttmoeller

Conservation Law Enforcement Undergraduate Certificate Coordinator; Homeland Security and Defense Graduate Certificate Coordinator

Forgot your assigned advisor?

Access your advisor's information through the Student tab on My Missouri State.

You should meet with your advisor at least once a semester until you graduate.