With a bachelor of science in criminology, you'll form a better understanding of the historical and contemporary applications of law enforcement, as well as the environments, behaviors, and influences that contribute to criminal acts and behavior. You'll be prepared to enter a career in law enforcement as a detective, public administration as a social services provider or criminal law as a defense attorney.
A bachelor of science is a flexible degree that prepares you for work in a variety of law enforcement and judicial positions. Graduates may go into law enforcement, working as police officer, detectives, and crime scene investigators. With additional education, they may also find work later in their careers as criminal psychologists, defense attorneys and prosecutors, corrections counselors, or judges. They may also focus on criminal profiling, working for government agencies like the FIA etc.