Master of Science in Criminal Justice - Homeland Security

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice reflects the need to balance leadership and information necessary to enhance responsible policy-making. The Master of Science in Criminal Justice – Homeland Security concentration is an option for students in the criminal justice discipline that are focused on careers/missions within the homeland security realm. This program is designed specifically to develop the homeland security knowledge base and skills essential to those who will become the leaders in policy development, planning and decision-making in the criminal justice system.

CTU’s online Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree programs were ranked among the Best Online Programs for 2016 by U.S. News and World Report.*

Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org

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  • Total Credits 

    48
  • Program Availability

    Online | Colorado Springs | Denver

Program Details

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  • Courses

    Degree Requirements

    Courses: Core
    INTD670Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making4
    MGMT605Graduate Research Methods4
    CJUS600Advanced Review of Criminal Justice4
    CJUS615Criminology and Public Policy4
    CJUS625Issues of Diversity in Criminal Justice4
    CJUS650Terrorism and Homeland Security Management4
    CJUS675Special Topics in Criminal Justice4
    Total Credit Hours:28
    Courses: Concentration
    HLS620Technology Solutions for HLS4
    HLS630Organizational and Policy Challenges4
    HLS640Vulnerability Analysis and Protection4
    HLS650Homeland Security and Government4
    CJUS687MSCJ-Homeland Security Concentration Capstone4
    Total Credit Hours:20

    Total Credit Hours: 48

    Preparatory Requirements

    The CTU Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree program is designed with an in-depth focus in the area of policy. Students from a non-criminal justice undergraduate background are required to successfully complete CJUS500 prior to taking CJUS600. Students who possess this background but need to refresh their knowledge of criminal justice concepts are encouraged to take CJUS500. This course is focused on giving students sufficient background on basic criminal justice concepts and terms common to the profession.

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    Master of Science in Criminal Justice

  • Outcomes

    If you want to achieve more in your career, you have to own every opportunity— starting with the right Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree. Potential career paths for those who earn a Master of Science in Criminal Justice in Homeland Security include:2

    • Program Manager
    • Utilization Manager
    • Senior Program Manager
    • Team Leader
    • Laboratory Manager
    • Clinical Program Manager
    • Project Leader
    • Technical Program Manager
    • Professor of Criminal Justice
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1Students may be required to complete some or all coursework for the program via Virtual Campus delivery.

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