Program named No. 7 by College Factual
Denver, Colo. (March 25, 2015) – Regis University is proud to announce that College Factual ranks its Bachelor of Science in Criminology program No. 7 among criminology programs in the U.S. College Factual cited the program’s emphasis on human behavior and socio-cultural dynamics, its focus on practical knowledge and the university’s Jesuit tradition of community service as key attributes.
College Factual ranked the programs on outcomes-based metrics and data that included graduate earnings and overall college quality. Graduates of Regis’s program saw an average starting salary of $39,000 and an average mid-career salary of $61,000.
BS in Criminology coursework goes beyond general behaviors and causes of crime to explore topics such as juvenile crime, violence in the workplace and terrorism. As a result, the program opens doors to careers beyond criminal justice and law enforcement such as social services, private security, counseling and more.
The curriculum can be tailored to students’ interests with an optional minor, a wide choice of electives and customizable assignments. For those interested in advancing to a graduate degree, a fast track option combines undergraduate studies with the university’s Master of Science in Criminology program.
Offered online, on campus, or a blend of both, the program is designed to fit into the schedules of working adults, and offers ample personalized support includes lifelong career services and a faculty advisor. Students may apply credits from their associate’s degrees to complete the program and earn their degrees faster.
Prevent the spread of criminal behavior with a BS in Criminology from Regis University. Request more information or call us toll-free at 877-820-0581 to speak with an admissions counselor.