A bachelor’s degree in criminology at FSU prepares you to be a critical thinker and problem solver in many careers. It also builds an excellent foundation of knowledge for students to pursue graduate degrees or law school.
The College offers two bachelor's degrees:
Students majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice must complete 36 semester hours in criminology, including three core courses, and complete a minor or second major in another department or program, or complete the requirements for the internship in criminology. Find details in the Current Students section of the web site.
The Criminology Online Bachelor's Program offers non-traditional students, such as those currently working in the field of criminal justice, or those who are not geographically located near campus, the flexibility to take coursework while balancing a busy schedule that can lead to completion of a bachelor's degree. Find details in the Current Students section of the web site.
- A major in Computer Criminology offers students the opportunity to become information technology experts on information-related crime, cyber-forensics, and computer/network security issues facing all levels of business, government, and academia. The major requires 53 hours in criminology and computer science courses. Find details in the Current Students section of the web site.
- Admission: Jump to the Admissions section to find application requirements and link to the application form.
- Classes: Review course syllabi to see what students are doing in class.
- Faculty: Visit the faculty section of the Web site to learn more about the professors' research interests, publications, and classes.