The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is intended to help students satisfy their intellectual curiosity, build knowledge, and prepare to successfully undertake leadership and other professional positions in today’s complex criminal justice environment.
This program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in the field, or for jobs in related fields, the specific job titles of which may not be represented in the program title. Although Kaplan University will assist students with job placement, finding a job is the individual responsibility of the student. The University does not guarantee that any student will be placed in any particular job, eligible for job advancement opportunities, or employed at all.
While the program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue continued graduate- or doctorate-level education, the University cannot guarantee that students will be granted admission to any graduate or doctoral programs.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program consists of a minimum of 55 quarter credit hours. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a master of science degree.