BS Criminal Justice & Criminology

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice and Criminology introduces students to all aspects of the nation's complex criminal justice system, while giving them a strong background in the liberal arts.

Students majoring in criminal justice and criminology are required to complete a total of 12 criminal justice and criminology courses, totaling 36 credit hours in addition to the required courses identified by Loyola University Chicago for students to receive either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from the university.

Students are required to take 12 criminal justice and criminology courses, including 8 specific courses and 4 additional major electives. Students also must take a statistics course; they may take CJC 206 (Statistics) or a comparable course in sociology, psychology, or statistics. The eight mandatory courses include:

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Undergraduate Course Descriptions