2016 CCJS Graduate Students

CCJS Graduate Studies

Our graduate program has two major components – the Traditional Master’s program and the Doctoral Program.  Although both programs teach students how to be astute researchers, the master’s program prepares the student to work in an agency or...

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PhD Program

Our PhD program is designed to give students well-rounded experiences as scholars and teachers through coursework, research experience, and teaching opportunities.  Our PhD students are mentored by faculty as they participate in ongoing research...

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CCJS Master's Program

Master's Program

Our Master’s program is designed to give students a strong foundation in criminology and criminal justice research so that they can pursue research positions in government and private non-profit agencies, or research institutes. Further, this...

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CCJS Funding Options

Funding Options

Various funding options exist for graduate students within our department and the University's Graduate School.

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Student Resources

Useful links for students related to other areas of campus.