Thesis: 30 Semester Credit Hours
Non-thesis: 36 Semester Credit Hours
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice is an online comprehensive program designed to prepare you to actively participate in the development of knowledge and policy responses to contemporary crime problems. The program will also prepare you to conduct research and to take an active leadership role as a professional in the field of Criminal Justice or Juvenile Justice.
County Jails, Youth Correction Facilities, Juvenile Detention Centers, Immigration and Naturalization Services, Prison Camps and More, Public Interest Law Organizations, Law Firms, Law Enforcement, Federal and State Agencies (FBI, IRS, DEA, CIA, DHS, Federal Marshalls).
Department of Social Sciences
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Dr. F. M. Canseco Hall (CNS) 304-A
Laredo, TX 78041-1900