Graduates in Criminology are qualified for professional practice in the fields of crime research, law enforcement, public and private security, prisons, justice, and forensic science:

  • Manager in private security companies
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Forensic document examination and handwriting analysis
  • Forensic expert in different areas:
    • Fire and explosion investigation
    • Forensic document examination and handwriting analysis
    • Visual inspection and lophoscopy
    • Forensic infographics
    • Audio forensics
    • Forensic entomology
    • Forensic genetics
    • Property damage
    • Accidents (road, occupational, etc.)
  • Probation officer
  • Team manager in legal and forensic consulting
  • Private investigator
  • Counsellor in crime therapy for children, families, victims, family mediation and gender-based violence
  • Mediator in crime cases
  • Family mediator
  • Forensic expert and consultant
  • Member of expert working teams in prisons
  • Field and operative police investigation
  • University teaching and continuing education
  • Anti-crime policies and actions
  • Counselling service to lawyers, politicians and security companies
  • Crime analyst in the media
  • Crime prevention (primary, secondary, and tertiary)
  • Design and management of prevention and intervention programmes
  • Media advisor on crime-related issues
  • Advisor to local councils in crime-related issues
  • Advisor on crime-related issues in the design of buildings and residential areas
  • Divulgador criminológico en medios de comunicación orales y/o escritos

Requirements to become: