Criminology, BS

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Degree Type
Bachelor of Science
Credit Hours
College of
Criminology & Criminal Justice

The FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is world-renowned for its ground-breaking research, challenging coursework, and inspiring intellectual community. Our online bachelor's degree in Criminology can help you earn earn your degree while still remaining in your current job. Courses are taught by some of our national's top-ranked research faculty who engage you in your coursework, inform you of current criminal justice policies and trends, and prepare you for a leadership role in shaping America's prevention of and response to crime. We offer competitive online tuition rates, and you'll be able to participate in an internship experience as part of your degree program.

Available Majors

  • Criminology

Program Website

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