Page 2 of 5, 70 Bachelor Programs in Law Studies Criminal Law Studies Criminology in USA for 2024

Bachelor Programs in Law Studies Criminal Law Studies Criminology in USA for 2024Filter
    • Fairfax, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    In criminology, law, and society, you’ll learn the reality of the justice system--beyond what’s portrayed in popular culture. You’ll learn about different ideas of justice and come to understand the impact the justice system has on the lives of individuals and communities through law enforcement, the courts, and corrections by studying strategies in intelligence and security. As a student in the program, you will be taught by professors who have years of experience as both researchers and practitioners.

    • Mobile, USA

    Full time, Part time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    Are you committed to the search for truth and social justice? Passionate about making the world a safer place? As a student of criminology at Spring Hill College, you’ll examine the nature of the crime, the behavior of criminals, as well as the effectiveness and failings of the current criminal justice system.

    • Fresno, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    The Criminology major is designed to prepare students for beginning professional work in criminal justice and to provide preparation for graduate work including law school. Criminology courses at the undergraduate level include the integration of theoretical and applied materials of an interdisciplinary nature. The victimology option is designed for students interested in careers in domestic violence programs, rape counseling programs, victim/witness programs, or other victim-related programs at the local, state, or federal level; these programs can either be criminal justice-based or community-based. An internship course is required in the corrections, law enforcement, and victimology options.

    • Fresno, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    The Criminology major is designed to prepare students for beginning professional work in criminal justice and to provide preparation for graduate work including law school. Criminology courses at the undergraduate level include the integration of theoretical and applied materials of an interdisciplinary nature. The law enforcement option is designed for students interested in careers with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, or law enforcement careers within the private sector.

    • Fresno, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    The Criminology major is designed to prepare students for beginning professional work in criminal justice and to provide preparation for graduate work including law school. Criminology courses at the undergraduate level include the integration of theoretical and applied materials of an interdisciplinary nature. The corrections option is designed for students interested in careers in probation, parole, correctional institutions, and other affiliated forms of work.

    • Hampton, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    The Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice within the Department of Sociology is designed to provide local, state, national, and international leadership in the broader area of crime and justice. The department is recognized as a prominent center of research, scholarship, and teaching, with academic, theoretical, and direct policy relevance. The department is recognized both nationally and internationally as a leader in the field of Criminal Justice and Criminology education.

    • Online

    Full time

    4 years

    Distance Learning

    English

    Making the world a better place with your online criminal justice degree. These are complex goals and begin with addressing the roots of crime and working toward equality. Criminal justice professionals make these lofty ambitions their personal mission by developing effective crime prevention and intervention strategies, understanding the consequences of crime for victims and society, and working toward justice policies that rehabilitate offenders and improve our society as a whole.

    • Saint Charles, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    When you pursue the BA in Criminology and criminal justice with a law enforcement emphasis with police academy, you are required to complete the criminal justice core requirements and the following two courses: Police Academy Preparatory and St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy.

    • Saint Charles, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    Distance Learning, On-Campus

    English

    Earn your bachelors degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Lindenwood University's College of Science, Technology, and Health. Criminal justice is the academic study of the criminal justice system, including police, courts, and corrections. It analyzes the nature and extent of crime and the reactions of criminal justice agencies to the breaking of the law. If you plan on a career or continuing your studies in a graduate program, criminal justice is the program for you. Careers in criminal justice include law, public administration, law enforcement (local, state, and federal), court systems, corrections agencies, juvenile delinquency, probation, and parole, as well as nonprofit community service organizations.

  • Bachelor in Criminology

    North Central College

    • Naperville, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    Criminology is the study of crime and criminal behaviors. Students majoring in Criminology will learn theories of criminal behavior related to understanding why people commit crimes, potential prevention methods, and where and against whom crimes are most frequently committed. Students will develop an accurate sense of the historical developments of discipline—exploring the evolution of the justice system and lessons society has learned over time. The program is designed to provide a comprehensive analysis of the complexities of the criminal justice system. Students will assess the impact of legislation, examine the disconnect between research and practice, and evaluate the inequities that permeate the justice system.

  • BS in Criminology

    Middle Tennessee State University

    • Murfreesboro, USA

    Full time

    4 years

    On-Campus

    English

    Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior. It is an expanding field that addresses challenging issues such as family dynamics, inequality, patterns of behavior, and forces for social change and resistance. Sociologists' research can be applied to virtually any aspect of social life, from crime to corporate downsizing.

    • Akron, USA

    Full time, Part time

    4 years

    Distance Learning

    English

    A degree in criminology and criminal justice prepares you for careers in policing, courts and law, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, correctional facilities, drug rehabilitation programs, homeland security, forensic science, battered women’s shelters, hospitals, victim assistance programs, insurance companies, research firms, counseling, and other areas that require a balance of research and professional skills.

  • Bachelor in - Criminal Justice

    University Of Wisconsin - La Crosse

    • La Crosse, USA

    On-Campus

    English

    Are you interested in a career in the criminal or juvenile justice system? With a criminal justice minor, you will expand your understanding of deviance and crime, justice, law enforcement, courts, corrections, and more.

  • Bachelor of Science - Criminology

    Wilkes University College of Science and Engineering

    • Wilkes-Barre, USA

    On-Campus

    English

    At Wilkes, you’ll be part of the most innovative criminology program in the region. Take courses in various disciplines — sociology, psychology, economics, and political science — so you can face future professional challenges from a variety of perspectives.

    • Moorhead, USA

    On-Campus

    English

    Concordia’s BA in Criminal Justice prepares students to pursue graduate school opportunities and/or enter careers in a broad spectrum, including criminal justice administration, forensic investigation, counselling, corrections, juvenile justice and public welfare.