Study Online for a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice at University of Cincinnati Ohio

University of Cincinnati's Online Master's Criminal Justice

Study Online for a Masters of Science in Criminal Justice at University of Cincinnati Ohio

The University of Cincinnati is the only Top 3 Criminal Justice School (U.S. News & World Report, 2005) with an Online Master’s Degree. With a UC Criminal Justice degree, better career opportunities are within your reach. Put our reputation to work and take your criminal justice career to the next level.
Earn your Master’s degree in as little as 2 years.
Be prepared to respond to emerging trends, assume leadership roles, and have an applied base of knowledge.
Receive the prestigious University of Cincinnati Masters of Criminal Justice degree through distance learning without any need to attend the UC campus.
We take the worry and hassle out of distance learning with seven levels of unprecedented support from your enrollment advisor, course instructor, professional facilitator, program manager, fellow peers, e-learning helpdesk, and student services.
No waiting in line! We deliver all course materials directly to you through the Internet or the mail.
Our distance learning students enjoy a higher level of interaction with their faculty and peers than students in a traditional campus-based program. You’ll be assigned to a small group led by a professional facilitator. This learning community will provide valuable support and interactive learning experiences.
The University of Cincinnati Division of Criminal Justice is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Distance Learning: Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Master of Science in Criminal Justice:

The Master of Science degree program in Criminal Justice is designed to meet the needs of students who are preparing for careers in criminal justice as well as those planning doctoral study. Master’s training focuses on development of knowledge and skills in the areas of management, administration, theory and research. The program is located at the nexus of theory and practice to insure that students are grounded in criminal justice theory, understand the practical implications of theory and have the ability to perform rudimentary analysis of both theory and practice. The Master of Science program is open to pre-service and in-service applicants, on a part-time basis.

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