Criminology / Careers

Meredith criminology alumnae are employed as:

  • Attorneys
  • Non-profit executives
  • Professors
  • Teachers
  • Research analysts in public agencies and private enterprises
  • Probation officers
  • Police officers
  • Advocates/organizers for social justice agencies
  • Realtors
  • Ministers
  • Counselors
  • Business account managers

Professional positions held or graduate schools attended by recent alumnae include:


  • Graduate student in Sociology, UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Development Coordinator for IPAS, Chapel Hill
  • Operations Manager, Quintiles Transnational
  • Dispatcher, Wake County Sheriff’s Department
  • Account Executive, Wholesale Lending Division, Bank United, FSB
  • Elementary Spanish teacher, Johnston County Schools


The Criminology Program

Meredith College prepares women graduates for careers in criminology through a focus on leadership development, multiple internships, and opportunities to connect with local, state, and national professionals in the field.

Strong Story | Ann-Michelle Roberts

Ann-Michelle, ’15, came to Meredith knowing that she was a leader and ready to become even stronger. As president of the Student Government Association, she has made her mark on campus, and through several internships she has gained valuable experience in her field.


Contact Information

Lori Brown
Program Coordinator of Criminology
212 Joyner Hall
(919) 760-8590
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