Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration Program

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration (MSCJA) degree program consists of a rigorous graduate-level curriculum that integrates the overlapping skills of public and private sector law enforcement and corporate risk practitioners into a common framework. This framework makes it possible for those practitioners to also obtain the specialized education and skills in their particular sub-area(s) of interest. Moreover, this program consciously and purposefully embeds core Jesuit concepts- spreading social justice into both the traditional venues of criminal justice and into a domain that is not frequently thought of as part of the social justice paradigm- private sector risk mitigation. Find out more about the program »

Degree Requirements
 

Semester 1

  • MSCJ 702 Media Relations
  • MSCJ 701 Crime and Organizational Theory into Practice
6 hrs
 

Semester 2

  • MSCJ 704 Assessing Organizational Performance
  • MSCJ 703 Budget Analysis
6 hrs
 

Semester 3

  • MSCJ 705 Applied Data Analysis and Decision Making
  • MSCJ 706 Ethics
6 hrs
 

Semester 4

  • Specialization Anchor
  • Advanced Analytics Course
6 hrs
 

Semester 5

  • Specialization Course/Elective
  • Specialization Course/Elective
6 hrs
 

Semester 6

  • Specialization Course/Elective
  • Specialization Course/Elective
6 hrs
 

Post-Semester 6

MCJSA Exam

 
Total 36 hrs

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