Study Online to Advance Your Career in Criminal Justice
Finish in four semesters
Gain a broad global perspective on terrorism and others forms of transnational crimes
Build on prior experience with greater critical thinking, oral, and writing competencies
Professional Track option
The master's degree in criminal justice is a 37-credit program that you can complete in four semesters, if desired. In addition to your eight core courses, you can tailor the program to your interest with concentrations in:
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the different theories of criminal behavior. In addition to becoming versed in the different criminological theories, you'll focus on the efficacy of the different theories and their usefulness in crime reduction strategies.
I was greeted with these feelings of togetherness when I enrolled at Monroe.
MS Criminal Justice, 2020 BS Criminal Justice, 2019 AS Criminal Justice, 2017
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of police and detectives is projected to grow five percent from 2018 to 2028. The need for advanced criminal justice professionals in public safety, human services, community development and urban crime policy continues to be strong both at home and abroad.
Professor, School of Criminal and Social Justice
Dr. Vericker spent over 30 years as a Human Service professional. He has also been a trainer for the Leadership Transformation Group in NYC.
Fall (Sept - Dec)
Winter (January - April)
International applicants are encouraged to apply three months before the start date.