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Ph.D. Crime & Delinquency Studies

Crime & Delinquency Studies

Do you have a sense of truth and justice? Would you like to serve the public by defending the safety of the community? If so, the Crime and Delinquency Studies major is something you should find out more about. The degree is designed primarily for students who intend to pursue careers in juvenile justice, law enforcement, in various government agencies and other related fields, or who want more extensive preparation for entry into advanced degree programs. You will receive hands-on experience by participating in a Sociology/Criminal Justice Internship, in addition to taking challenging courses in a fascinating, comprehensive program.

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What can you do with a degree in Crime & Delinquency Studies?

  • Corrections Officer
  • Police Officer
  • Criminal Investigator

Clubs

  • Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society
  • Anthropology Club
  • Sociology Club

Requirements and Courses

  • Completion of the General Education Program
  • Bachelor of Arts Crime and Delinquency Studies Requirement: 24 hours
  • Secondary Courses: 6 hours
  • Interdisciplinary courses: 6 hours
  • Second major, a minor, or a program of study

Bachelors of Science Requirement

  • Completion of the General Education Program
  • Crime and Delinquency Studies Requirement: 24 hours
  • Secondary Courses: 15 hours
  • Interdisciplinary courses: 6 hours