June 13, 2008, Newsletter Issue #63: Masters Programs in Criminal Justice: On Campus

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Options for those wishing to obtain a masters degree in criminal justice are just as plentiful, if not more so than for those seeking a bachelors degree. Again, there are schools to select from coast-to-coast, so the important element in determining which criminal justice masters program to attend will be the area of specialty that most interests you.

Obtaining a masters degree is a huge financial and time commitment, and the school you select should adequately reflect your ultimate career goals. For instance, if you are not interested in working in Economic Security, it would not benefit you to attend a masters program that emphasized that in the curriculum, not matter how sublime the weather or the social scene. The focus here should really be on your career and your long-term professional goals. And then, if you find two programs that are equally appealing, you can pick the one that has the warmer climate.

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