Criminal Justice Graduate Program
A Masters of Science in Criminal Justice is the perfect next step for students and professionals wishing to take their careers to the next level. Student will take advanced coursework in diverse subjects such as corrections, policing, courts, comparative/cross cultural issues, minorities and gender issues, victimology, white collar crime, terrorism, ethics, and popular culture. The skills students learn position them competitively for leadership and management positions in every area of the field.
Evening classes are on offer for professionals seeking to advance their careers without putting their lives on hold, and flexible curriculum guarantees that you learn the skills relevant to your interests and earn the degree you want.
The 36 hour program consists of 12 hours of required courses and 18-24 hours of electives depending on if students wish to take a comprehensive exam or write a thesis.
For more information on the application process, degree requirements, and more, please consult the catalogue page or contact Graduate Studies coordinator Gale Iles.