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Thank you for your interest in applying to the undergraduate degree program in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice will use ASU's universal application process for undergraduate applications. For more information and to apply, please visit ASU's Undergraduate Admissions webpage.

When applying to ASU, you will be given the option of selecting your major at the time of application. For detailed information on our undergraduate programs, please visit our degrees programs section.

Undergraduate Admissions

Questions regarding applying to ASU and pending applications should be directed to Undergraduate Admissions. The School will be notified of applicants who have been admitted to ASU and who have selected criminology as a major.

Deadlines
To determine when you should apply, please visit these links for application timelines based on your student status:

 

Application Requirements

Freshman applicants
Must meet the following standards:

1. Have a minimum high school ABOR GPA of 3.00; AND

  •       A high school class rank in the top 15 percent of class; OR
  •       An SAT combined score of 1140 or higher; OR
  •       An ACT combined score of 25 or higher.


2. No high school math competency deficiency.

Transfer students
Arizona Residents are required to have a cumulative transfer GPA of 2.00 or higher (with 12 or more transfer hours after high school graduation).

Nonresidents are required to have a cumulative transfer GPA of 2.50 or higher (with 12 or more transfer hours after high school graduation).

ASU Change of Major
ASU students who would like to change their major to criminology and criminal justice are required to have a cumulative ASU GPA of 2.00 or higher (based on at least 12 credit hours).

International Student Admissions

We encourage all international students to contact the International Student Office (ISO) for additional information on attending ASU, such as visas and SEVIS I-20's. If admitted to ASU, you will be required to attend a mandatory ISO orientation when you arrive on campus to begin study. The ISO website is an essential resource for all international students. Undergraduate Admissions also provides detailed information for international students applying to ASU.

Learn about advising for the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice undergraduate students by visiting our advising section.

 

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