Now is the time to consider your aspirations and take advantage of all of the opportunities that are available as you complete your Criminology and Criminal Justice degree. We want to help you make the most of your experience and we are here to help you every step of the way. Make use of valuable academic information and resources to help you meet your goals.
- Degree Requirements
- Course Descriptions
- Frequently Asked Questions
As of May 31, 2017, the UNL Bulletin is replaced with the UNL Catalog. You will need to change your bookmark to https://catalog.unl.edu/undergraduate/ [add college name for specific undergraduate catalog). Students and advisors will be able to filter majors and minors by college, areas of interest, “I tend to be” categories. They’ll also be able to see types of internships and jobs as well as graduate schools under the “career development” tab. The catalog also has a separate tab for a sample 4-year plan.
Another useful link when planning your coursework is http://ace.unl.edu/courses which provides general information about Achievement Centered Education (ACE) requirements as well as a list of "ACE courses" and "ACE Courses by Interest Areas." Please note that some degrees require specific ACE courses so please refer back to your degree requirements and your degree audit for your selections.