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Master of Criminal Justice

Program Description

The 30 hour and 36 hour Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) offered in Fort Worth is a professional track curriculum designed in consultation with criminal justice professionals. A combination of face-to-face and on-line courses provides an opportunity for students to complete the program and balance full-time employment. The program presents graduates with academic studies coupled with the management and leadership skills necessary to advance in the competitive field of criminal justice.

The 30 hour and 36 hour Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) Cohort offered in Fort Worth begins each Fall Semester.  Students take two courses a semester and progress through the program with the same group.  These courses are offered face-to-face on Monday and Wednesday nights at the Fort Worth Campus.  This degree provides a broad based education designed to provide skills and knowledge required to successfully navigate the competitive processes involved in advancing the student’s objectives. Courses are taught by nationally recognized faculty who have practical experience in the field.

Delivery Method

Face-to-Face, Online and Blended

Contact Information

Dr. Rhonda Dobbs

School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Strategic Studies Website