Master of Administration, Emphasis in Justice Studies
The new Master of Administration with an emphasis in Justice Studies prepares current and aspiring leaders in law enforcement, corrections, probation, parole, and the court system to effectively lead in the current environment. Courses challenge students to use leadership and criminological theories to address critical issues facing the criminal justice field.
- Gain a background in criminological theory-essential for teaching criminal justice courses at the university level
- Gain critical leadership skills to succeed at all levels of leadership
This 36-hour degree program includes core Master of Administration courses and the following Justice Studies classes:
- Theories of Criminality in the Justice System
- Counterterrorism and Intelligence
- Applied Statistics for Justice Administrators
- Ethics in Justice Administration
- Critical issues in Policing
- Executive Leadership for Criminal Justice Professionals
All courses are offered in an accelerated, 7-week, online format, and taught by professors with advanced degrees and practical experience.
For more information, please visit the Master of Administration website.