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The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration online program requires satisfactory completion of 36 hours beyond the bachelor's degree.  The degree requires each student to complete a comprehensive exam for degree completion.

Electives are any CJUS online graduate course that is not a required course.  If the student wishes to go outside the Department of Criminal Justice to take an elective, that course must be approved by the MSCJ Advisor to count as an elective within the program. 

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NOTE: Background courses may be required if your undergraduate degree did not prepare you for current master level courses. Background courses are assessed on an as-needed basis after evaluation of undergraduate transcripts.

MSCJ with Concentration in Justice Policy & Administration (Online) Policy Manual - Fall 2017

 

YEAR ONE

Fall Semester: (Required Courses & CJUS Elective)
CJUS 5000 (3 hours) Criminal Justice Policy
CJUS 5500 (3 hours) Seminar in Criminal Justice Administration
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective

Spring Semester: (Required Courses & CJUS Elective)
CJUS 5600 (3 hours) Advanced Criminilogical Theory
CJUS 5700 (3 hours) Evaluation and Research Methodologies
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective

Summer Semester: (CJUS Elective)
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective

YEAR TWO

Fall Semester: (CJUS Electives)
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective

Spring Semester: (Required Course & CJUS Elective) comprehensive exam with * 
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective
CJUS 5xxx (3 hours) Criminal Justice Elective

*Students will register for the comprehensive exam after completion of core coursework and, a minimum of, 27 graduate hours towards the online MSCJ with a Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration degree.