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Criminology web site.
Your mind is 21st century's most important crime-fighting tool. There is no such thing as a robotic response to crime, which is why our students are taught to be critical, independent thinkers and learn from expert faculty.
Our online bachelor's degree program in criminology offers students the flexibility to remain employed and the opportunity to work with nationally known professors who are leaders in the field. It is required that you have completed the associate of arts degree prior to entering the program.
Regionally accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Students are able to complete an optional internship, for more information please contact the department.
Most students complete the bachelor's degree within 3 to 4 years.
Career options for a bachelor's degree in criminology and criminal justice vary widely. Some of the most popular careers include law enforcement officer, social services caseworker, victim's advocate, corporate security specialist, private investigator, or crime intelligence analyst.
These courses may not be offered every semester.
Students are advised to take CCJ4700 once they are comfortable with the online format of the program at FSU and have completed a few criminology courses due to course difficulty of the Research Methods course.
Associate of Arts Degree from a Florida public institution, or completion of FSU's liberal studies requirements, and completion of the oral competency requirement.
Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0.