MS Criminal Justice Administration Curriculum
The Hilbert College graduate degree in criminal justice administration consists of 36 credit hours. The mode of study is based on an accelerated cohort model. Students accepted into the program will start in August and will follow through the program, taking one new course every 5 weeks. The cohort model encourages the development of life long connections and colleagues in the field as students work on group projects, discuss policy and move through the eighteen month program.
Hilbert offers the only accelerated cohort model of graduate, criminal justice study in western New York. With the city of Buffalo 10 minutes away, we expect our graduates to be highly marketable within Erie County and throughout the United States.
|CJA601||Proseminar in Criminal Justice Administration||3|
|CC500||Organizational Theory & Management||3|
|CC510||Program Planning and Evaluation||3|
|CC515||Finance and Budgeting||3|
|CC520||Political and Policy Analysis||3|
|CJA640||Research Methods in Criminal Justice||3|
|CJA645||Nature and Causes of Crimes||3|
|CC505||Introduction to Graduate Statistics||3|
|CJA650||Criminal Law and the Courts**||3|
|CJA660||Policing in Contemporary Society**||3|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
* Optional for students who have not achieved full-time employment in their field. CC599 may substitute for courses designated with **.