ChooseRegisCareerOpportunitiesProgramRequirementsHow to ApplyTuition & Fees Choose Regis Regis University’s Bachelor of Science in Criminology will give you insights into the criminal mind so that you can prevent criminal acts before they occur. Our criminology degree offers vital knowledge on causes and overall impact of criminal behavior. Our curriculum offers you a look at the big picture of crime as a social phenomenon while also promoting a positive societal change through a sociological approach. Courses critically analyzes the social, political and environmental factors that drive crime. Additionally, this program is customizable, meeting your aspirations without interrupting your current career with courses offered online, on campus or a combination of both. Fast Track Your Master’s Degree Regis University’s combined bachelor’s to master’s program is ideal for goal-oriented learners who wish to complete a Master of Science in Criminology while minimizing the associated time and expense. Students earning a bachelor’s degree in criminology can substitute two graduate courses from the M.S. in Criminology program for two upper division elective undergraduate courses. This means that you save time and money by having classes count for both your undergraduate and graduate degree. Please note that recent course requirement updates may not be reflected in the list above and you should contact an admissions counselor at 800.944.7667 for recent changes and updates. Career Opportunities Regis’ program opens the door to many criminology jobs full of advancement potential. The skills you’ll develop through this program will be useful in a variety of industries and professions including: Law Enforcement Federal Law Enforcement Border Patrol and Immigration Officers U.S. Customs Agent Counseling Domestic Violence Caseworker Private Military Contractors Juvenile Delinquency and Crime Prevention Victim Advocacy and Social Services Private And Industry Security Program Requirements General Core Studies (45 credit hours) Students must complete the required number of credits in the areas of Oral and Written Communication, English Composition, Humanities, Global Issues, Social and Natural Sciences, Math, Philosophy and Religious Studies. Foundational Courses (12 credit hours) CR 350 Introduction to Criminology CR 360 Introduction to Forensic Science CR 370 Criminal Deviance CR 425 Professional Ethics in Criminology Upper Division Major Requirements (33 credit hours) CR 413 Crime Analysis CR 426 Psychology of Crime CR 427 Criminal Profiling CR 429 Family Violence CR 430 Sexual Homicide CR 434 Victimology CR 445 Homeland Security CR 446 Perspectives on Terrorism CR 460 Computer Forensics and Cybercrime CAP 495D Capstone Comprehensives, Criminology Program Elective (3 credit hours) Choose one course from the following: CR 428 Youth Violence and Delinquency CR 448 Homeland Security: Legal and Ethical Issues CR 449 Vulnerability and Security CR 457 Animal Exploitation and International Law and Ethics Optional Minor (12 credit hours) Students can select any approved minor through the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, Anderson College of Business, College of Computer & Information Sciences or Regis College. General Electives (15-27 credit hours) If a minor is completed: 15 credit hours If a minor is not completed: 27 credit hours TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 120 credit hours Please note: For official program requirements based on academic year, please refer to the academic catalog. Download a printable fact sheet with program details. How to Apply Take the next step in your Regis experience and connect with a Regis admissions counselor for information and assistance. Apply Now! Students with prior college credit, military credit, professional licenses or certificates or several years of work experience may be able to translate this experience directly into college credit. Your admissions counselor will help evaluate your prior learning credit, provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance, recommend courses and help you get started with the application process. AT A MINIMUM, APPLICANTS SEEKING A BACHELOR'S DEGREE FROM THE COLLEGE OF CONTEMPORARY LIBERAL STUDIES MUST POSSESS: A high school diploma or equivalent (from a regionally accredited high school) Application Process: Complete the online undergraduate application (select accelerated, online, or evening application) Request official transcripts from accredited institutions that you have previously attended. Download the transcript request form. Official transcripts are those that come directly from one college or university to another college or university. Official transcripts should be requested at time of application to Regis. Additional admission requirements apply to international students who are non-U.S. citizens. For information on transferring previously earned college credits, please review our Transfer Student Information. You are encouraged to submit unofficial transcripts for a no-cost evaluation while you wait for your official transcripts to arrive at Regis. Please remember: Applications that are incomplete and/or missing information will NOT be processed. You are encouraged to apply at least four to six weeks in advance of your desired start date to ensure class availability. Applications received within two to three weeks prior to each start date will be considered if class availability exists. Visit the academic calendar to view start dates. NON DEGREE-SEEKING APPLICANTS SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING: Complete the online undergraduate non-degree application Pay the $50.00 application fee Possess a high school diploma or equivalent Possess transferable college credit from a regionally accredited college or university No official transcripts are necessary. The writing skills placement essay is not required. Tuition Visit our Cost of Tuition page to see the tuition and fee schedule.