The School of Criminology aims to utilize interdisciplinary knowledge from various fields, including sociology, law, psychology, philosophy and demography, in order to advance the understanding and analysis of crime, deviance and victimization.
The Masters program (MA) offers three specializations: Law and Society; Crime and Delinquency; and Rehabilitation and Correction. In addition, the school is at an advanced stage of developing an undergraduate curriculum (BA).
The School of Criminology strives to promote theoretical and empirical research that addresses applied applications and is oriented towards policymaking. The school's advanced program seeks to develop and provide analytical skills in order to analyze and evaluate various criminological phenomena such as crime, delinquency, victimization, rehabilitation and correction. The school curriculum provides advanced students with a wide range of methodological tools (quantitative and qualitative) and prepares them for consulting positions as well as positions in law enforcement and correctional institutions.