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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ACT or SAT test is optional for prospective students applying for Fall 2020 to join the St. Mary’s University freshmen class of 2024.
The Criminology program at St. Mary’s integrates liberal studies with professional preparation. Anyone interested in pursuing a career in the research or evaluation of crime control and crime prevention programs should consider majoring in Criminology.
Students can major or minor in this program.
Criminal justice professionals and criminologists have assumed a central role in researching, formulating, implementing and evaluating public policy designed to control crime. Crime transcends all geographical, social and economic boundaries, affecting all countries and demographic strata.
See the course catalog for full details:
Our students have participated in criminology internships at:
- Office of the Attorney General of Texas
- San Antonio Police Department
- Texas Department of Human Services
- National Park Service
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Fire Marshall
Graduates have gained employment as:
- Police officer
- Forensic science technician
- Loss prevention specialist
- Criminal profiler
- Expert witness
- Private investigator
- Insurance fraud investigator
- Security specialist