Master of Science in Criminal Justice Program Outcomes:
1. Students will demonstrate an ability to critically evaluate and compare theories and data in the criminal justice field as they apply to knowledge and comprehension of the causes, consequences and responses to crime and how these relate to the community and other disciplines, including ethical, professional and sociopolitical implications.
2. Students will use written argument, oral presentation, program evaluation and original research approaches to demonstrate the ability to apply theories, evidence based research, and legal doctrines to provide critical commentary and solutions to problems and controversies in the fields of criminology and criminal justice.
3. Students will create work products reflective of an ability to apply knowledge and comprehension in the criminal justice field through current employment, internships, and future job opportunities. These work products will illustrate proficiency in written and/or oral communication and defense of criminal justice concepts.