High-Level Study for a High-Level Career
Understanding, predicting, and preventing crime is the goal of master's-level study in Criminology, and one of the fastest ways to get this knowledge to advance your career is the Graduate Certificate of Criminology, available online and on campus from Regis University.
In the Graduate Certificate of Criminology program, you will engage in advanced critical analysis and exploration of criminal behavior and its causes. Designed for students or working professionals who already hold a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, criminology, or related fields, the Graduate Certificate can be earned in one year or less from a variety of Regis University's convenient campuses or online in the comfort of your own home. Once you earn the Certificate, if you decide to go on to pursue the M.S. in Criminology from Regis University, 100% of the credits from the Certificate program will be applied toward your master's degree.
Beyond the study of traditional criminal justice, criminology focuses on the societal, political, and cultural factors that motivate criminal behavior. This knowledge and experience is essential for high-level positions in a variety of law enforcement, social service, and public and/or private security career fields.
Academic Excellence, Online or On Campus
Courses in the Graduate Certificate of Criminology program are chosen from Regis University's Master of Science in Criminology curriculum. Certificate students get the same academic experience as those in the master's degree program combined with the convenience of on-campus or online learning to enhance your current career.
Learn how to advance your career and credentials with a Graduate Certificate of Criminology from Regis University by calling us at 877-820-0581, or request more information.
Faculty, School of Humanities & Social Sciences
"It thrills me when a student tells me they are going to become a Criminal Investigator after they have taken my Criminal Profiling course. Our small class sizes allow me to work individually with all my students, building a relationship of intellectual exchange and trust."