In this dynamic criminal justice master's degree, you'll develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills as you engage in applied research that contributes to the creation and dissemination of criminal justice knowledge and policy analysis.
Through core courses, students are exposed to the widest possible range of perspectives from which to view crime and the nature of criminal justice administration, thus broadening their career options. During the first year, students select professional electives in a specific area of interest from courses offered in criminology, law enforcement, law, corrections, management and crime analysis, data analysis, crime analysis, and crime mapping.
Program job titles reported
Police Officer; Correction Officer and Counselor; Probation Officer; US Postal Inspector; Crime Analyst; US Marshal; Border Patrol Officer; Legal Assistant
Select program hiring partners
Attorney General Office, FBI, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Paychex, Victor Ambulance
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||22.00%|