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Earn a Top-Notch Criminology Degree in Wilmington, NC from the University of Mount Olive

Have you always dreamed of working as a federal air marshal, FBI agent, or private investigator? A Wilmington, NC Criminal Justice and Criminology degree from the University of Mount Olive can help make these dreams a reality.

If you consider yourself a team player who places importance on attention to detail, flexibility and you regularly demonstrate insight about others based on their actions, you may be a good fit for our Criminal Justice and Criminology major in Wilmington.

Classes are available seated one-night-a-week as well as online.

Topics You Will Study as a Criminal Justice Major

When you enroll in our Wilmington criminal justice program, you will study a wide range of topics that will prepare you as you pursue a career in the field of criminology:

  • Corrections
  • Law Enforcement
  • Administration of Justice
  • Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Courts
  • Research Methods and Quantitative reasoning
  • Criminological Theories

At the University of Mount Olive in Wilmington, our faculty is dedicated to a teaching method that emphasizes communication, team building, critical inquiry, respect and personal responsibility. When you learn these skills and how to apply them in a real-world situation, you will be prepared to succeed in the world of criminal justice.

Become a Crime Scene Investigator, Attend Law School & More

With a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology, your opportunities are endless. Whether you want to attend law school, work for the FBI or DEA, or become a private investigator, there is nothing you can’t do if you put your mind to it.

Have questions about our Wilmington criminology program? Interested in learning more about becoming a student at the University of Mount Olive? Contact us today at (910) 256-0255.

In addition to Wilmington, adults living in Research Triangle Park, New Bern, Mount Olive, Jacksonville and Washington, NC can apply to the University of Mount Olive’s Criminal Justice and Criminology program.