Travel, learn, and receive college credit!
Criminology faculty members prepare study abroad experiences (CRIM 377) to reflect the College’s commitment to academic excellence and active learning.
We encourage criminology students to take advantage of these focused opportunities to study illegal behaviors and legal reactions outside of the United States.
Above: Criminology students visiting London, England and Edinburgh Scotland in 2019 with Professor Dan Murphy and Dr. Mike Klein as part of their CRIM 377, Comparative Criminology Study Abroad Class. The trip visited several justice related, historical, and fun sites as they traveled across two countries of Great Britain.
There have been other trips to Great Britain in previous years and Bolivia (2018). In 2020, the Criminology Study Abroad Trip will head to Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Vienna, Austria, and Paris, France to compare national and international justice systems along with an examination of hate crimes and atrocities of the Nazi regime during World War II.