Graduation Requirements (A Minimum of 36 Credits)

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice provides Florida National University students with the professional education needed to function at the finest level in a variety of criminal justice settings including: law enforcement, court systems, correctional systems, criminal justice and criminology theory, and management and leadership in criminal justice. Students will have the opportunity to focus their studies in areas such as leadership and management in criminal justice. The core curriculum and concentration options allow students to develop the professional knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary to tackle the challenges found in the field. Students will obtain a Criminal Justice education that will facilitate the understanding of modern issues such as leadership, management, and criminal justice theory, as well as basic research methods.

Criminal Justice Master’s Program Core Courses (36 Credits):

  • Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Justice Organizations
  • Leadership and Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • Data Analysis in Criminal Justice
  • Police Administration
  • Introduction to Public Safety and Leadership
  • Strategic Planning in Public Safety and Leadership
  • Personnel Management in Criminal Justice Organizations
  • Law and Social Control

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