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Criminology, B.A.


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Criminology is an interdisciplinary program which has a liberal arts foundation stressing critical thinking and communication skills. The program requires that students take a critical look at aspects of the criminal justice system such as police, courts, prisons, diversion programs, criminal laws and restorative justice practices. In addition to this institutional analysis, other courses examine the nature of individuals and groups which are in conflict with the law. Direct contact with social service or criminal justice agencies is required through an internship placement.

This program is more aligned with the liberal arts aspects of undergraduate education than it is with training for careers in criminal justice and social service, but it does help to prepare students for entry-level employment as well as graduate and law school.

Majors are required to complete a minimum of 10 courses in Sociology and Criminology.

In addition, students must take:


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*Any one of CRM 303 , CRM 304 , CRM 305 , CRM 307 , CRM 324  or CRM 333  may be used as an elective course if not used to satisfy the law requirement above.

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Two of the following Political Science of Psychology courses may be taken for Criminology major or minor concentrations, provided that the courses are not being counted toward a major or minor in another department.

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