A Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSc Criminology) is an undergraduate degree program that focuses on the scientific study of crime, criminal behavior, the criminal justice system, and the various factors that contribute to criminal activity.
Duration: Typically a three-year program, divided into six semesters. The duration may vary depending on the university or college offering the degree.
Curriculum: The BSc Criminology curriculum includes a mix of core criminology subjects, criminal justice courses, research methods, and electives.
- Specializations: Some BSc Criminology programs offer elective courses, allowing students to specialize in specific areas such as cybercrime, white-collar crime, terrorism, crime prevention strategies, criminal psychology, and comparative criminology.
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