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Master Your Knowledge in Criminal Justice
Our Master of Science in criminal justice administration provides a strong foundation in business, administration, law, policy, economics and criminological theory.
The program is designed for both the well-educated criminal justice professional who must be armed with diverse skills, as well as the working professional who wants to pursue advanced education on Saturdays.
This graduate degree in criminal justice is offered in an accelerated format and can be completed in three semesters of full-time study.
Tuition Discount for Allegheny County, City of Pittsburgh and Law Enforcement Employees
We are offering a 20 percent tuition discount to Allegheny County, City of Pittsburgh and law enforcement professionals (full or part-time municipal, county or state police and public safety employees) who are accepted into our Master of Science in criminal justice administration program.
"I have been able to use the knowledge that I gained attending Point Park University in every aspect of my professional career from policy and organizational administration to ethics and economics. Each subject was timely and relevant to my daily job duties of being a member of the command staff with the Pittsburgh Police."
"I have always loved learning and realized quickly through the criminal justice administration program the importance of the community. Although some of my classmates pursued careers within law enforcement, for me, criminal justice has always been about creating a community and how we can, as citizens, better it."
Monday, April 18, 2022
"I think what sets a degree from Point Park apart from other universities is that the professors have decades of practical experience in criminal justice fields. Additionally, Point Park offers smaller class sizes and professors truly get to know each student."
Friday, February 11, 2022
"Point Park's criminal justice administration program prepares any professional already in the field to reach greater heights in criminal justice leadership and administration, while also preparing someone who might be changing careers to enter the criminal justice field for the first time."