The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program at Fairmont State University is perfect for recent undergraduates and working professionals looking for advancement.
The program is online and easily accessible. That means there’s a diverse group of students who can support each other to successfully complete their Criminal Justice graduate degree.
Criminal Justice graduate students will learn about:
- Criminal law and policy
- Police and correctional systems organization
- Administration of justice and the judiciary system
- Public attitudes regarding criminal justice issues
Our faculty members in the Criminal Justice graduate degree program are as diverse as our students in their experiences. They’ve worked in federal and state agencies. They also have strong ties to local, state and national personnel and organizations.
Graduates and current students have worked for state and federal agencies as probation and parole officers, in corrections, in law enforcement and for organizations like the National White Collar Crime Center and Fusion Center. Career opportunities for Example
- Global intelligence
- Legal research