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Justice:
The Heart of What We Do

Criminology and Justice

Keeping people safe. making the world a better place—these things are not as simple as putting those who break the law in jail.

Justice is more complex than that, and our system needs people who can study and maintain it. We want you to ask questions about our social structures as a whole—to understand not just the implications our constructs have on crime, but what we can change for the better.

Undergraduate Degrees

At Loyola, we’ll teach you to think critically about our current structures and policies, push for reform where we can be better, and continue working toward a more just world.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice

This degree may be eligible for completion in three years through our Degree in Three program. Learn more and find out if you're a fit.


Graduate and Online Degree Programs

Pursue your passion further.

Master of Criminology and Justice

Online Bachelor of Criminology and Justice

Online Master of Criminology and Justice


Minors

The Criminology and Justice program offers two minors: criminology and justice, and forensic science.

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Requirements

See an overview of each program's curriculum and requirements.

Showcase

See what our faculty and students are accomplishing