Criminology and Justice Studies

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Criminology and Justice Studies


Online • Denver Instructional Site


Pursue your graduate certificate in Criminology and Justice Studies to enhance your career in the criminal justice system, or to add a criminology credential to a previously earned Master’s or doctoral degree in order to teach criminology.

Study our nation's legal system and the origins of law. Apply the principles of psychology to analyze and assess complex law enforcement strategies.

Completion Requirements

To be eligible for Graduate Certificate program completion, you must successfully complete the following:

Please note: Upon acceptance to a University of the Rockies degree program, up to 15 credits of non-degree seeking coursework may be applied to a Master's program.

For more information on the Criminology and Justice Studies graduate certificate program, contact Admissions at 866.621.0124 or submit a request for more information.

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