Master of Criminal Justice Graduate Program

Washburn University's Master of Criminal Justice program seeks to provide students with tools to become responsible leaders in the field of criminal justice. Our program was the first in the country to receive Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Certification in 2007.  In 2017, our program was the first to pass re-certification of the ACJS Certification.

All coursework for the program is offered online, in eight and sixteen week formats, permitting for flexibility for working professionals and traditional students.  While offered online, faculty teaching in the program are housed in Benton hall on Washburn University campus, located in Topeka, Kansas, our state’s capital. We are situated within minutes of several state, federal, and local criminal justice agencies.

For more information contact the MCJ Coordinator

Dr. Erin Grant, Graduate Program Director
Benton Hall, Room 201 B
Call: (785) 670-2216 or email at:

Stay in touch on social media via the MCJ Facebook page.

GET IN TOUCH WITH Criminal Justice & Legal Studies

Criminal Justice & Legal Studies
Benton Hall, Room 201
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Ph: 785.670.1411

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