Students in many programs, such as criminology, connect with each other by sharing their experiences and learning opportunities.
The K-State difference
The criminology program awards several scholarships on an annual basis, including major-specific awards.
During their junior or senior year, students may participate in a professional supervised internship in a social service or criminal justice agency directly related to their career interests and aspirations. The internship is coordinated with the K-State Career Center.
Did you know?
Criminology students may join the undergraduate Criminology Club, which is active in a number of campus activities as well as community volunteer programs including the Boys and Girls Club and the Crisis Center.
What classes will I take in criminology?
The criminology program is intended for students preparing for careers related to criminology and criminal justice. The program provides a general understanding of many areas, including:
- Criminal justice system
- Sociological explanations of criminal behavior
- Prevention and treatment strategies
- Agencies created to deal with various crime
- Significance of social contexts to the understanding of crime and deviance
How can I continue my education?
What can I do with a concentration in criminology?
Graduates of the criminology program are currently working in law enforcement agencies, juvenile and adult correctional facilities, adult and juvenile courts, probation and parole services, investigative services and a variety of community and correctional programs.
The Career Center offers an extensive career library, free assessments for exploring major/careers, job search training, career advising, employer connections, and a staff dedicated to assisting students in the career development process
Additional K-State opportunities
At a public research university like K-State, you'll have direct access to research opportunities from the start. K-State undergraduates have studied sustainable energy, cancer cells, musical lyrics and many other topics alongside nationally renowned faculty at K-State's 90-plus research centers.
Studying in another country not only allows you to experience the wonders of another culture, but it also broadens your horizons and makes you a stronger citizen in our global society. There are more than 85 countries currently participating in K-State's education abroad programs!
Whether you are interested in a career in human or animal health, K-State is a great place to start the journey toward becoming a healthcare professional. You will have a dedicated health professions advisor who will help you navigate the professional school application process for your chosen healthcare field.
Did you know that K-State pre-law students are accepted into law school at a rate substantially exceeding the national average? In preparing for law school, you will work with a dedicated pre-law advisor and select the major of your choice in any department in any college within the university.
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Kansas State University
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