Jobs with a Criminology Degree
Those with a master's degree in criminology are positioned to ascend to the upper levels of fields related to criminal justice and law enforcement, or to other fields that require knowledge and understanding of criminal behavior, such as social science, public policy and corrections.
With a master’s degree in criminology from Regis University, you may end up analyzing intelligence for a federal agency, developing terrorist profiles for the government or researching crime and helping to develop policy for justice agencies. Or you could work with at-risk youths or victims of violence at shelters and group homes.
In the private sector, corporations need security consultants, fraud investigators and legal researchers thanks to the increasing awareness of white-collar crime and Internet security.
Some specific job titles available to graduates with a master’s degree in Criminology include:
- Forensic Investigator
- Forensic Psychologist
- Gaming Investigator
- Loss Prevention Specialist
- Victim Services Specialist
- Federal Agent
Learn more about career paths that may be open to you with a Master of Science in Criminology: call us at 877-820-0581 to speak to an enrollment counselor, or request more information and we will contact you.
Visit our Resource Center for more information on the criminal justice industry.