The criminology program is designed for students who plan to pursue a career in some aspect of the criminal justice system (e.g. corrections, probation, parole, or law enforcement), yet wish to receive a liberal arts education. Possibilities after graduation include employment in criminal justice or further study in law, criminology, or criminal justice. You will receive a degree in sociology with the specialization in criminology noted. You are encouraged to enter the program as a freshman to help ensure completion in four years.
Please see the appropriate college listing for college-level academic requirements.
The following courses are highly recommended, and you are encouraged to take some of them to satisfy the College of Arts and Sciences 18-hour social sciences requirement. Check the courses for prerequisites.