UC’s Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) offers students an advanced working knowledge of the criminal justice system.
The MCJ is a cohesive degree with taught courses, a research dissertation, and real-world project or internship opportunities for first-hand practical experience in criminal justice.
It has a strong focus on developing the skills sought by the justice sector, including bicultural knowledge and competence, critical analysis of current and future policy, and professional understanding and theories behind crime and rehabilitation.
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- CRJU 601 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
- CRJU 602 Criminal Justice Systems
- CRJU 603 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
- CRJU 680 Dissertation (60 points)
And one of either:
- CRJU 604 Internship; or
- CRJU 605 Professional Cultures