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Criminal Justice - Graduate Programs

The Master of Science degree program in Criminal Justice Administration is designed for practicing professionals in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice administration. The degree is designed for both younger professionals who intend to pursue a career in the field and for seasoned professionals who wish to expand their knowledge and skills in criminal justice administration. The program can be 45 credit hours including a 6-hour research methods course and a 3-hour culminating project or a 48-semester hour degree program. The project represents the student's independent research and application of knowledge in the field of criminal justice administration.
Core Curriculum:
IOD 557: Employee Supervision
IOD 558: Legal Issues for Human Resource Management
IOD 559: Performance Management/Performance Appraisal Systems

Cluster 2
IBA 540: Management and Administrative Theory
IBA 541: Organizational Development
IBA 543: Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Cluster 3
ICJ 500: Critical Issues In Criminal Law
ICJ 501: Critical Issues In Criminal Procedure
ICJ 502: Critical Issues In Police Civil Liability

Cluster 4
ICJ 525: Administration of Justice
ICJ 526: Police In Society
ICJ 593: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

Cluster 5
Elective Cluster (9) and ICJ 601 (3)
or
IBA 593 Research Methods and Design (6)
ICU 599 Culminating Project/Directed Thesis (3)



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