Students interested in furthering their studies in criminology may pursue the combined BA in Criminal Justice/MA in Criminology. Coursework draws from criminal law, forensic science, abnormal psychology, human rights, ethics and much more.
The BA/MA program allows students to complete nine graduate credits as part of their undergraduate program, thereby completing the master’s degree within five and a half years. Students must earn a B or better in all graduate courses and complete the thesis requirement for MA in Criminology students.
Have a minimum overall GPA of 3.40 in GW classes and 3.50 in the major at the time of application.
Complete at least 75 undergraduate credits.
Apply to the graduate portion of the program no later than April 1 of the junior year.