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Morgan Snyder

Hi!

It depends on where you are located, but many colleges and universities offer different combinations of the two programs, and sometimes they are very closely linked (especially if you move into the graduate level). There are also some great online schools that offer both programs. Just to name a few...

At the undergraduate level:

Online: South University; University of Phoenix; Grand Canyon University; Ashford University

Campus: University of Maryland - College Park is voted #1 in Criminology (which combines psychology, sociology, criminal justice, and law).

Here are some other results:

https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-humanities-schools/criminology-rankings

Answered 3 weeks ago

Morgan Snyder
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Danielle Reff

Boise state University is another. Coincidentally I am majoring in criminal justice and minoring in psychology.

Answered 5 years ago

Danielle Reff
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Sasha K

There are many options. You may find it optimal to look into a criminal psychology degree, forensic psychology degree, or major in one area and minor in the other depending on your interests. Some colleges offer a combination of the two, for example, Husson University offers a Criminal Justice/Psychology degree program. Also, Cazenovia College offers a Dual Degree program in Criminal Justice and Psychology. I am sure these are just two of many programs out there.
Best of luck.

Answered 5 years ago

Sasha K