The graduate degree program consists of 11 three-credit courses, leading to a master's of science in criminal justice administration. The sequence totals 33 semester hours. Full-time students can complete the program in one calendar year (including summer sessions), while part-time students finish in two.
Students in the BS/MS program may complete up to three of these courses during their undergraduate program, finishing the remaining eight courses once enrolled in the graduate program.
|Core Requirements (6 Courses)||Electives (5 Courses)|
System-Wide Issues in Criminal Justice
Master's Thesis (6 credits)
Advanced Theories or Crime
Law & Legal Policy
Comparative Criminal Justice
Supervised Readings Project