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Criminology

Criminology

Criminology is the study of crime and criminal behavior. The criminology program focuses on crime as a social phenomenon and the causes of criminal behavior. The major provides an overview of institutions, issues, and causes of crime, and social control; it also offers a strong foundation in liberal arts, a basic knowledge of behavioral sciences, and a strong professional growth potential for those pursuing a career in criminology or the criminal justice system. Many criminology majors enter law, law enforcement, corrections, and other social service careers or graduate school.

Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements

Required Internship


Library Guide

Faculty:

John Arthur
Jacki Buffington-Vollum
Fred Friedman
Ronald Gittings
Sheryl Grana
Emily Gaarder
Sue Janssen
Jeffrey Maahs
Scott Vollum
Robert Weidner
Dale Wolf





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