Criminal Justice is the system of practices and establishments of governments directed at upholding social control, deterring and mitigating crime, or sanctioning people who violate laws with criminal consequences and rehabilitation efforts and it is likewise a discipline of study.
Through this program, you will discover ways to observe the nice practices and developments in criminal justice through learning your written and verbal communication to be best as a leader or supervisor within the criminal justice field. This program specializes in the integration of ethics, criminal justice, and management.
There are many opportunities offered to students if they would like to choose an Online masters degree in criminal justice.
Students who pursue a masters degree in criminal justice will have flexibility and easy learning.
By pursuing online education students can gain transferable skills and learning qualities.
A student gets an advantage to study as well as work.
A student can apply for scholarships if eligible.
A candidate can do internships as well.
You will have direct one-to-one interaction with professors.
Undergraduate degree with relevant professional experience, least two years.
have successfully completed courses in sociology, psychology, political science, public management, history, economics, philosophy, and numerous styles of regulation.
Master degree programs commonly require between 40 and 60 credit hours of general education out of the total of 120 to 160 credit hours.
You must not have any criminal background.
A student should have a bachelor’s degree.
Current resume or CV is needed.
|Total Tuition||Tuition Per Credit||Credits|
|$ 22340||$ 623||36|
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