The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) at Kennesaw State University is ideal for you if you are a traditional student or a criminal justice professional who wants to further your career.
The criminal justice degree program includes face-to-face and some online course instructional formats. The program provides a focused and interactive educational experience designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills in criminal justice administration, including critical thinking and communication, as well as in relevant technologies and information sources.
Relevant coursework for the criminal justice degree addresses various critical issues within criminal justice, including criminal justice management and global criminal justice. The program also provides you an opportunity to understand and address the significance of cultural diversity within the criminal justice context. These attributes are essential for success in contemporary criminal justice agencies and relevant private sector organizations in Georgia and elsewhere.
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The following are requirements beyond the general Graduate Admissions requirements MSCJ applicants must satisfy all of the following requirements listed below:
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Flexibility: The MSCJ offers flexibility in online, in-class, or a variation of both types of classes to aid you in work-life balance.
Outstanding Faculty: You will learn from the best. Our faculty have expertise in the criminal justice and criminal law fields.
Graduate Assistantships: Learn how to earn a stipend or tuition waivers with a graduate assistantship. Learn more.
Below are potential job titles for graduates from the masters in the criminal justice degree program at KSU:
The Master of Public Administration/Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MPA/MSCJ) Program is a dual degree offered by the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The objective of this program is to allow students who are interested in serving in the public administration, non-profit, and criminal justice sectors to register concurrently in both the MPA and MSCJ programs.
The demand for leaders in these career areas requires professionals well versed in how the public and non-profit sectors operate and how to administer effectively criminal justice programs. This dual degree program combines preparation in public management and criminal justice theory and practice to make graduates competitive in these growing fields.LEARN MORE