The Aurora University graduate program in criminal justice will prepare you with the proper foundation to be a future leader within your career path. We have intently created a 38 semester-hour program that offers courses in policy, research design/analysis, administration, and ethics. Moreover, our program offers the option of an interdisciplinary concentration in leadership or community justice as linked with the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) and Master’s in Social Work (MSW) programs. We also offer graduate course work in juvenile intervention, crime analysis, white-collar crime, non-profit management, police administration, terrorism, emergency preparedness, security administration, forensic science, and corrections. Students have the option to finish their graduate degree through comprehensive exams, writing a policy paper, or completing a research thesis.
We fully recognize that our students come from various financial backgrounds, educational preparation, and career experience. We also understand the sacrifice your education places on other responsibilities in your life that include family, employment, and personal obligations. The Criminal Justice Master’s Degree Program is designed to meet the needs of various students by offering a self-paced curriculum. Progression through the program can be done in a year or several years. Faculty members are committed to helping you gain the knowledge base and competencies to assist you in your career and personal endeavors. We want to see you succeed in your higher educational goals and we will assist you in every way possible so you can exceed these aspirations.