Through the Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP), students can:
Take up to 9 credit hours of approved graduate courses concurrently with undergraduate courses.
Substitute up to 9 credit hours of approved graduate courses (in place of undergraduate courses) toward completion of the undergraduate degree.
Requirements for Admission to the AMP in Criminal Justice:
- Completion of 75 credit hours at the undergraduate level.
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher, with 3.25 in the major.
- Grade of B or higher in CJ 440W and CJ 441
- Statement of Interest (750-1000 words) indicating their interest in the AMP.
Requirements for Continued Enrollment in the AMP in Criminal Justice:
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.
- Students must earn a grade of B or higher in graduate-level coursework to earn graduate credit and continue in the AMP. Grades of C or lower will still count toward the undergraduate criminal justice degree requirements.
Following approval into the AMP in Criminal Justice, qualified students can take up to 9 hours from the following courses:
|CJ 505||Criminal Investigation||3|
|CJ 506||Forensic Investigation||3|
|CJ 513||Public Organization and Bureaucratic Theory||3|
|CJ 515||Ethics in Administrative Leadership||3|
|CJ 530||Criminal Evidence||3|
|CJ 534||Criminal Procedure||3|
|CJ 550||Theory and Control of Crime||3|
|CJ 580||Psychological Dimensions of Criminal Justice Practice||3|