College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Law & Justice Studies
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CHSS Graduate & Research Assistantships
M.A. In Criminal Justice (traditional)
Graduate Assistantship Position
Students who will be continuing or starting the Traditional MA in Criminal Justice Program in the Fall 2016 semester can apply for a Graduate Assistantship (GA) Position for the Fall 2016/Spring 2017 Academic Year. Students can apply for either a Part-Time or Full-Time Position. The GA will assist Law and Justice Studies faculty with their research. A Part-Time GA will get tuition coverage for two courses a semester; be expected to work a maximum of 10 hours a week;and will earn a stipend of between $1250 and $2500 a semester. A Full-Time GA will get tuition coverage for three courses a semester; be expected to work a maximum of 20 hours a week; and will earn a stipend of between $2500 and $5000 a semester. More information and the application process can be found at Global Learning & Partnerships website.