MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (GL30)

Smith Hall 731 (map)
304-696-3196
FAX: 304-696-3085
http://www.marshall.edu/criminal-justice/grad/GRAD-CON.HTML

GRADUATE DIRECTOR

Dr. Kim De-Tardo Bora
Smith Hall 734
304-696-3084
detardobora@marshall.edu

AREAS OF EMPHASIS OFFERED:
None.
CERTIFICATES:
None.
CURRICULUM:
30 credit hours.
NORMAL TIME TO COMPLETE FOR FULL-TIME STUDENT:
2 years.
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
The Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice provides students with advanced theoretical, legal, and methodological training for research, teaching, and management careers in criminal justice. The program serves to educate criminal justice professionals and prepare students for further advanced graduate work, legal studies, and scholarship.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
This program will provide students with the conceptual and research skills needed to undertake advanced analyses of the criminal justice system; serve criminal justice professionals and others who are interested in pursuing professional careers in management and administration; furnish law enforcement, corrections and court practitioners with knowledge of justice administration, theoretical perspectives of human behavior, policy analysis and criminal justice theory; and prepare social scientists to pursue careers in university and research settings.
JOBS RELATED TO THIS PROGRAM:
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APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR ADMISSION:
Fall: July 1; Spring: November 1
GRE OR OTHER TEST REQUIRED:
GRE
PROGRAM LOCATION:
Huntington

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