Our combination of size, intellectual diversity, and strong specialty areas, plus the ambience of a university community, makes the University of Florida an ideal setting in which to pursue advanced training in Sociology or Criminology.

A Bachelor’s degree provides an excellent liberal arts foundation for embarking upon a wide range of career paths including those in business and the human services. Sociology and Criminology are excellent majors for students who wish to do graduate study in law, business, education, counseling, medicine, politics, public administration, social work, criminology, and sociology.

Undergraduate Advising Office
3231 Turlington

(352) 294-7193

Office Hours-Criminology  
Monday: 2-4pm
Wednesday: 10:30am-1:30pm
Thursday: 12:30-1:30pm
Friday: 2-4pm

Office Hours-Sociology
Wednesday: 8am-1:30pm
Thursday: 9:30am-4:30pm
Friday: 12:40-1:40pm




Undergraduate Coordinator for Criminology
Professor Jodi Lane
Office Hours (3332 Turlington):
Wednesday: 8:30-10:00am
(and by appointment)


Undergraduate Coordinator for Sociology
Professor Marian Borg
Office Hours (3364 Turlington):
Monday: 1-3pm
Thursday: 1-3pm
(and by appointment)



Director of UFOnline-Criminology
Professor Lora Levett

Director of UFOnline-Sociology
Professor Marian Borg


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