For two weeks, international experts and students will congregate at Stockton University in Atlantic City, New Jersey to share victimological research across multiple disciplines in an intensive short-course format.

The 2nd U.S. International Post-graduate Course on Victimology, Victim Assistance, and Criminal Justice will be taught in English and will cover such areas as: Theoretical Victimology • Victims and the Judicial Process • Victimization of Vulnerable Groups • History of Victimology • Victims’ Rights • Victim Services • Restorative Justice.
The fee for the course will cover lectures, daily continental breakfast and regional field trips. Affordable, on-campus housing is available in Atlantic City for an additional fee. Participants are responsible for finding accommodations should they choose to stay off campus (see link and for their travel arrangements.
Registration Fee: $500 • On-Campus Lodging in Atlantic City: $40 per night
Register by emailing Mariah Duffey at
For more program information, contact the Course Director, as below.

Course Director:

Dr. Janice Joseph

Distinguished Professor, Criminal Justice Department

Coordinator, Victimology and Victim Services Program

Stockton University

101 Vera King Farris Drive

Galloway, NJ 08205-9441