Why study Criminology?
With a criminology degree, you will gain an excellent foundation for engaging in and contributing to crime prevention activities and policies, law enforcement, and the court system. You will develop marketable skills in research, theory, and data analytics that include and go beyond an understanding of criminal law, procedures, evidence. These learning experiences will help you understand the complexities of criminal behavior and public safety, and familiarize you with the justice system processes and the causes and consequences of criminal behavior and victimization.
Why study Sociology?
With a sociology degree, you will gain an excellent foundation for successful participation and engagement in an increasingly diverse and complex world. You will develop marketable skills in research, theory, and data analytics and applied knowledge related to social institutions, interactions, cultures, social inequality, and organizations. These learning experiences will help you enrich your social interactions, and contribute to your successful performance in non-profit and business organizations and profound understanding of other people’s experiences while fostering an appreciation for your own.