The program, which bridges social sciences and the humanities, is among the top 25 on GradReports’ 2020 list of Best Colleges for Criminology.
UMass Dartmouth’s Crime & Justice Studies program ranks #5 for best colleges on GradReports’ 2020 Best Colleges list of 25 Best Colleges for Crimonology 2020. The rankings are the first to be based on median-early career salary data of more than five million graduates from the U.S. Department of Education’s resource, College Scorecard.
UMassD’s Bachelor of Arts in Crime & Justice Studies examines the national and international history, politics, policies, and procedures of criminal justice. The program enables students to combine their education with opportunities for intellectual development, public service, and career advancement. Students enhance their knowledge through study abroad opportunities, independent studies with faculty mentors, and participation in groups and organizations as a supplement to course work. Learn more about UMassD’s Crime & Justice Studies program.
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