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Bachelor's Degree in Criminology

We educate professionals in the field of Criminology, shaping individuals to comprehend, analyze, and contribute to the intricacies of the criminal justice system. The program adopts a holistic educational approach, combining theoretical foundations with practical applications, fostering a deep understanding of the multifaceted world of criminology. Our innovative teaching methods and emphasis on autonomy in learning prepare graduates to adapt to the evolving landscape of criminal justice and make meaningful contributions to the safety and well-being of society.

Why study a Bachelor's Degree in Criminology at Laramie University?

Bachelor's Degree

in Criminology Curriculum

• Digital Skills

• Introduction to Criminology

• Legal Sociology

• Introduction to Legal Studies

• Theory of the State

• Oral and Written Communication

• Criminological Theories

• Sociology of Deviation

• Human Rights and Their Guarantees

• General Theory of Crime

• Culture of Sustainability

• Criminal Typology

• Penology

• Mexican Criminal Law and Crimes against Persons and Society

• Personality Theories

• Emotional Education and Social Skills

• Victimology

• Research Methodology and Legal Ethics

• Constitutional Law

• Accusatory Criminal Justice System

• Research Methodology

• Methods and Expert Techniques

• Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

• Penitentiary Law

• Stages of the Criminal Process

• Financial Education

• Criminalistics Investigation

• Organization and Police Administration

• Execution, Control, and Evaluation of Public Policies

• Leadership and Team Management

• Forensic Sciences

• Private Security

• Crime Prevention

• Innovation and Entrepreneurship

• Economic Crime

• Gender Violence

• Juvenile Delinquency

• Legal Ethics

• Organized Crime

• Cybercrimes

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Admission Profile for the Bachelor's Degree in Criminology

The applicant seeking admission should have completed their high school studies and possess the following qualities:

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• A solid understanding of legal principles and societal dynamics.

• Familiarity with fundamental concepts in criminology and criminal justice.

• Basic comprehension of psychological factors influencing criminal behavior.

• The ability to analyze and critically evaluate criminal situations.

• Proficiency in research methods relevant to criminology.

• Competence in using technology tools for data analysis and crime mapping.

• Teamwork

• Effective communication

• Adaptability to evolving challenges in criminal justice

• Analytical thinking

• Commitment to ethical practices in criminology

• Curiosity and a willingness to innovate in crime prevention and intervention.

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