08 Jan Master of Arts in Criminal Justice

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice

National Association of Schools & Colleges of The United Methodist Church, Simpson College Online
Completion Time: 2 years
Credit Hours: 36 credit hours
Tuition: $550/credit hour
Registration Adminstrator: amy.gieseke@simpson.edu

Class Description

Become a leader in law enforcement, security management, corrections, investigation and loss prevention. Earn your Masters in Criminal Justice Degree from a leading Iowa College. Classes are offered in flexible schedules to fit your needs. Students in Simpson’s MACJ program will develop a greater understanding of the criminal and juvenile justice process, the causes and conditions that contribute to criminal behavior, the relevant issues in law enforcement, administrative challenges, the adjudication process and the correctional system. Social justice, fairness and integrity in professional responses to others are consistent themes in all MACJ classes.

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