The University of Florida’s Bachelor of Arts in Criminology degree allows students will gain a deeper understanding of crime and how society reacts to it. Students will learn methods and theories for studying crime and law, and how to impact the justice and legal systems.
Natural Sciences (two units must include laboratory)
Foreign Language (must be sequential)
A cumulative C average in the academic core, as computed by the university, at all institutions attended, high school and college
A record of good conduct
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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