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What are the educational requirements needed to become a criminologist?

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Donald Ward on February 20, 2018

I was actually just researching this for me, as I am also interested in what is required to become a criminologist. First off, you should obtain a degree in either the psychology, or sociology. They say you can win one for the criminal justice system, but the two options are best. Also stress that it is important for you to take classes in statistics, computer science, and writing. Like a lot of work is to find out the patterns of crimes/criminals, and to write about their research. If you want to go higher up, it is important to obtain a Master's degree in psychology or sociology, and if finally, as to teach, to receive his Doctorate. Remember, the first few years of being a criminologist is the work of the office. Finally, you will be able to earn their way to go to the crime scene, autopsies, etc (If that is what you would like to do). Also, remember that this is a very competitive field, but well worth the money if you're willing to work. The average annual income for a criminologist with a Bachelor's degree is of: to $30,000. The average annual income for a criminologist with a Master's Degree is: $55,000. I hope that helped!. I was actually just researching this for me, as I am also interested in what is required to become a criminologist. First off, you should obtain a bachelor's degree in psychology or sociology. They say you can win one for the criminal justice system, but the two options are best. Also stress that it is important for you to take classes in statistics, computer science, and writing. Like a lot of work is to find out the patterns of crimes/criminals, and to write about their research. If you want to go higher up, it is important to obtain a Master's degree in psychology or sociology, and if finally, as to teach, to receive his Doctorate. Remember, the first few years of being a criminologist is the work of the office. Finally, you will be able to earn their way to go to the crime scene, autopsies, etc (If that is what you would like to do). Also, remember that this is a very competitive field, but well worth the money if you're willing to work. The average annual income for a criminologist with a Bachelor's degree is of: to $30,000. The average annual income for a criminologist with a Master's Degree is: $55,000. I hope that helped!


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