Criminal justice and private security are one of the fastest growing areas in terms of employment, and an advanced degree is becoming a necessity. The Master of Criminology & Justice degree program responds to the need for professionally-trained criminal justice administrators, planners and researchers as well as private security professionals.
The Master of Criminology & Justice curriculum at Loyola is 30 credit hours and can be completed it in one year. Courses are taught year round with courses available at night in an eight-week format (one night a week per course). Find out more about admissions requirements to the graduate program in criminal justice.
|CRIM 700||Theories of Criminal Behavior||3 crs.|
|CRIM 705||Seminar in Criminal Justice||3 crs.|
|CRIM 710||Research and Statistical Methods||3 crs.|
|CRIM 712||Graduate Statistics||3 crs.|
|CRIM 718||Seminar in Criminal Justice Administration I||3 crs.|
|CRIM 800||Selected Problems in Criminal Justice||3 crs.|
|CRIM 805||Program Planning, Implementation and Evaluation||3 crs.|
|CRIM 850||Seminar in Criminology||3 crs.|
|CRIM 893||Directed Readings in Criminal Justice||3 crs.|
|CRIM 900||Master's Research and Practicum||3 crs.|