The Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills in theory, administration, research, and data analysis necessary for careers in the practice and administration of criminal justice, research, education, policy analysis, or the pursuit of doctoral-level studies.
Criminal Justice, Law Sciences
2 years | Full time
A sample of featured courses you will take in the Criminal Justice program.
CCJ 6008 CRIMINAL JUSTICE THEORY
CCJ 6745 POLICING AND SOCIETY
CJC 6021 PENOLOGY
CJL 6521 COURTS AND SOCIETY
Only one is required
Undergraduate cumulative GPA
Academic preparation as demonstrated by quality and relevance of undergraduate degree major
Submission of a personal statement written by the applicant, which outlines the applicant’s future career goals in criminal justice and how the degree will help achieve those goals.
Submission of one letter of recommendation from a current/past professor of the applicant OR two letters of recommendation from supervisors or professional colleagues familiar with the applicant’s ability to succeed in a graduate program
Submission of a resume or a CV