Master of Science
M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice
- A professionally oriented master’s degree can help students advance their careers, improve their professional skills, and develop new competencies.
- According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2010, the median annual salary of master’s degree recipients was over $12,000 higher than the median salary for individuals who only held a bachelor’s degree.
- Students can also complete a Master of Science degree or courses towards a Master of Science degree online.
How to Apply
The application process is described online at Graduate Studies. All required materials (transcripts, personal statement, and recommendation letters) should be sent to Graduate Studies.
For More Information
To review course offerings, click here. For detailed information on the Master of Science Program, download the Master's Student Handbook for the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Additional questions regarding any of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice’s Master of Science degree options can be directed to Lisa Sample, Ph.D., Master's Program Coordinator.
Lisa Sample, Ph.D.
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