Master of Criminal Justice

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Course ID
On Campus
1 Year
Course Level
500, 600, 700

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

A Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited college or University with an overall GPA of 2.5 or better,
or a GPA of 2.75 or higher achieved in the last 90 quarter units with a proficiency in english, TOEFL score of atleast a 79(IBT) or IELTS score of 6 or more

  • Cost per Quarter Unit $430
  • 4.5 unit quarter course $1989
Become a part of NU’s global alumni community.
The Master of Criminal Justice program includes four-week classes.
National University is San Diego’s largest private nonprofit university.

Learn law enforcement leadership for the 21st century by earning National University’s Master of Criminal Justice degree in as soon as 12 months. This engaging program integrates theory with practice to prepare you for today’s complex criminal justice issues. You’ll develop problem-solving and research skills as well as the technological expertise necessary to analyze cases and develop practical and effective solutions. Graduates of the master’s in criminal justice administration program are prepared for challenging and demanding careers in local, state, and federal law enforcement management, correctional administration, security administration, criminal justice research, and teaching or training assignments.

Program Learning Outcomes

Evaluate the managerial practices that have shaped the criminal justice professions.
Analyze court decisions involving police or criminal justice agencies in terms of criminal sanctions.
Analyze issues of police morale, motivation, retention, selection and recruitment.
Evaluate and determine what should be the consequences of unethical conduct by police officers.
Evaluate and compare the American criminal justice system with other criminal justice systems.
Evaluate disciplinary, theoretical, criminological, and philosophical foundations in the management of criminal justice.