Earn your bachelors and master’s degrees in five years.
Criminal justice majors may pursue the two-year Associate in Arts degree and security management certificate, which allows you to enter the criminal justice field or pursue a bachelor-level program, or the four-year Bachelor of Science degree. The bachelor-level program allows students to select from among eight concentrations, such as Investigations, Family Violence and Juvenile Justice.
In addition, Hilbert offers the innovative combined BS/MS program, a “4+1” plan that lets students earn a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in criminal justice administration in five years. Students are admitted to the graduate school after completing all undergraduate degree requirements and are not required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Master of Criminal Justice Checklist (PDF)