Ba biology and criminology in University of texas dallas
Criminology is a rapidly developing field which draws on insights and methods from disciplines such as law, social science, cultural studies and psychology to explore crime, crime control and justice from a range of perspectives. You will examine such issues as the impact of crime on society and on its victims. You will be able to gain insights into how society responds to crime through systems of crime control, the workings of our criminal justice institutions, as well as through media representations.
Complete online application, Official high school transcripts, Test scores: SAT code is 6897, ACT code is 4243, TOEFL iBT (Internet-based) is 80, TOEFL (Paper-based) is 550, IELTS is 6.5, Letters of recommendation, Essay, R sum
Police officers and federal agents, corrections and probation officers, crime scene investigators and victim advocates these are among the varied career paths that can be pursued with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminology. Local, state and federal justice agencies hire people with degrees in criminology. As with any professional field, a graduate degree can lead to even higher-level careers in law enforcement, corrections, courts and human services.