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30 MA Programs in LLBs Criminal Justice 2024

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MA Programs in LLBs Criminal Justice

A master’s degree is a graduate degree typically earned after students have completed a bachelor’s degree. A Master of Arts (MA) can be earned in a variety of areas and usually requires an examination, research paper, thesis or project to be completed before the degree is awarded. Programs typically last one to two years.

What is an MA in Criminal Justice? This degree program is usually suitable for students who wish to pursue an even higher degree in the criminal justice area. Coursework may cover a selection of topics such as ethics, law and society, criminal justice administration, organizational behavior and more. A thesis is often required to be written before graduation. The entire program usually takes around a year and a half to complete. It is a particularly useful degree for those who wish to pursue a doctorate.

Earning a master’s degree gives students an even more thorough look into the criminal justice system. An advanced degree may make graduates more competitive in the career field. The MA is particularly useful as a gateway degree for those looking for a more advanced education.

The cost of earning a master’s degree in criminal justice differs depending on the institution and length of the program. Students are encouraged to contact the admission office for their program of choice in order to find out current tuition rates and other costs associated with earning their degree.

Although earning an MA in Criminal Justice is great for those who wish to pursue a doctorate, graduates may be able to find work soon after graduation. Each criminal justice career has particular requirements that must be met, but possible positions include compliance officer, computer forensics, police officer, crime scene investigator, criminologist, and agent in the DEA, ATF, CIA and more. By pursuing even higher degrees, graduates may also qualify for jobs as lawyers, judges and other officials in the criminal justice system.

Online courses in criminal justice may be available for international students, current working professionals or students in need of distance learning options. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.