The Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) program is a postgraduate degree program designed as a terminal degree for aspiring criminal justice professionals. This degree is also designed as preparatory degree for criminal justice students and professionals desiring to pursue a doctoral program in criminal justice.
As a Master of Criminal Justice student you’ll study a variety of subjects including but not limited to probation and court services, justice administration, forensic psychology, corrections and correctional counseling, homeland security, security management, crime and delinquency, prevention and control, crime analysis, human services, global issues, criminal justice planning and research, law, leadership and executive management, and public safety.
Below you’ll find a comprehensive directory of over 270 criminal justice masters degree programs offered by accredited schools, colleges and universities.
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