Meet criminal justice alumnus, Chris Ingram, director of the halfway house programs at Gateway Rehab.
The Master of Science in criminal justice administration program is designed to provide a strong foundation in business, administration, law, policy, economics and criminological theory. It is a program for the well-educated criminal justice professional who must be armed with diverse skills, and is designed for the working professional who wants to pursue advanced education on Saturdays.
For successful completion, the program requires three semesters of full-time study and is offered in an accelerated format that requires additional time outside of the classroom.
Professor Lorelei Stein, Ph.D., advocates for children of incarcerated parents. Learn more.
Some of the courses in the criminal justice administration master's degree program include:
- Criminal Justice Administration and Management
- Politics, Policy and Criminal Justice
- Organizational Behavior in Criminal Justice
- Economics of the Criminal Justice System
For a comprehensive list of program requirements and more information, see the program guide and course descriptions. For frequently asked questions about the criminal justice administration program, visit the FAQ page.
B.S./M.S. Five-Year Program
Are you interested in earning both a Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree in criminal justice in just five years? Learn more about the five-year combined B.S./M.S. criminal justice program.
Meet Maurita Bryant, Point Park alumna and assistant chief of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police: