MA in Criminal Justice Administration
These web pages contain materials pertaining to admission and completion of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration (MAJCA).
The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration (MACJA) degree is designed for and restricted to working professionals in the criminal justice field. The MACJA program aims to enhance current criminal justice practitioners' technical skills, decision-making processes, and analytic capabilities. Scheduled for the convenience of working professionals, classes are held on Saturdays for five consecutive semesters.
The Department of Criminology also offers a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Administration that is designed for working professionals in the criminal justice field. The Graduate Certificate curriculum consists of five courses, all of which are also part of the MACJA curriculum and are typically held on Saturdays.
Information relevant to current MACJA students can be found at the links to the right.
Wall of Fame
The Department of Criminology Wall of Fame honors a select group of alumni who have distinguished themselves by attaining the highest level of professional accomplishment while demonstrating strong personal integrity.