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 at the Tower of London. The Tower of London has served as royal residence, barracks, armory, prison and museum. Two of Henry VIII’s wives, Anne Bolen and Katherine Howard, were imprisoned and beheaded at the Tower.
Students visited London, England and Edinburgh, Scotland during their Study Abroad trip with Dr. Kim McCabe and Professor Dan Murphy for their CRIM 377, Comparative Criminology class, June 3 – June 13, 2017.