Get Your Master's in Criminal Justice
The master's program in criminal justice provides an advanced course of study designed to prepare students for career advancement, admission to Ph.D. programs or law school. Students complete interesting and interactive courses in seminar format in the areas of theory, research methods, civil liberties, criminal justice policy, juvenile law, policing and other topics.
Why Graduate School?
The master's degree is designed to develop analytical, communication and research skills while mastering advanced content in the field of criminal justice.
Faculty Interaction and Mentoring
Graduate students are engaged in advanced coursework and research with university
faculty. Graduate students assist faculty with research and are strongly encouraged
to develop an independent focus while in the program. Integration of faculty and student
research interests allows for meaningful experiences which significantly develop research
and applied evaluation skills among our students. Our graduate students are encouraged
to present their research at professional conferences and work to publish their research
in reputable outlets.
- Law Enforcement
- Crime Analyst
- Federal Agent
- United States Probation Officer
- Program Analyst
- University Instructor
- E. Laine Southward (2009)
Analyst, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Elizabeth C. Dretsch (2003)
Research Analyst Federal Bureau of Prisons
- Daniel Butler (2011)
Ph.D. Candidate-University of Nebraska at Omaha