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Master's Degree in Criminal Justice

The School of Criminal Justice offers a Master of Science in Criminal Justice (M.S.C.J.) degree, with the choice of an Executive Track (non-thesis only) or a Research Track (thesis and non-thesis options). For all track options, the master’s program in criminal justice consists of a 30 credit-hour curriculum. All candidates complete an oral comprehensive exam and an oral defense of the thesis or professional paper prior to graduation. Specific course requirements vary by track.

The links below will take you to more information on the Executive and Research tracks of the MSCJ program.

MSCJ Executive Track

MSCJ Research Track