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Master of Criminal Justice

 

 

Admissions & Application

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Most students in the program are professionals in the criminal justice field working toward their degree on a part-time basis. Over the past few years there have been an increasing number of students entering the program on a full-time basis immediately after their undergraduate studies. The program can be completed in one to three years, depending on the number of classes taken per semester.

Admission Procedure:

Students with a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution may apply for admission.

1.  Complete the MCJ application form, including the professional goals statement, and the names and addresses of two recommendation letter requests

2.  Request that a complete and official transcript from the institution granting the bachelor's degree be sent directly to the MJC program (Attn:  Vickie Logan, College of Arts & Sciences).  An official copy is one sent from the institution directly to St. Ambrose University.  This should include any graduate course work.