Master of Criminal Justice

Quality Indicators

Student Learning Outcomes

Master of Criminal Justice students, upon graduation, are expected to have:

  • Formulated administrative principles and practices found in criminal justice agencies;
  • Analyzed theories relating to crime causation and criminality;
  • Summarized the interdisciplinary nature of the criminal justice system;
  • Interpreted contemporary technologies used to manage criminal justice information;
  • Acquired skills that enable the learner to conduct criminal justice related research;
  • Demonstrated advanced problem-solving skills that allow the learner to identify, analyze, and solve criminal justice operational problems that affect the delivery of criminal justice related services; and
  • Mastered advanced reading, writing, and verbal communication skills.