Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Admission requirements and procedures can be found at the College of Graduate School and Continuing Education (CGCE). See the Graduate Application for additional details. Students with diverse academic backgrounds can succeed in this program, but an introductory class in criminal justice, research methods and/or statistics may be required if these were not completed at the undergraduate level.
Graduate Assistantships which provide a tuition waiver and a stipend are available on a competitive basis.
Application Deadlines are August 1st for Fall entry and December 1st for Spring entry, but students should apply by March 1st of the Fall before they would like to start the program to be eligible for assistantships.