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A Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice provides graduates with numerous career and educational opportunities, including advancement within their current careers. The degree also positions graduates to be competitive for admission to doctoral study and law school.

Why Criminal Justice at UWF?

The courses in the UWF Master of Science in Criminal Justice program are taught by eight full-time faculty members with doctoral degrees and various areas of expertise, with the support of adjunct faculty who are prominent expert practitioners in their fields.

The program enjoys strong connections with more than fifty different local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies.

What You Will Learn

The Master's of Science in Criminal Justice program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills in theory, administration, research, and data analysis necessary for careers in the practice and administration of criminal justice, research, education, policy analysis, or the pursuit of doctoral-level studies.

UWF programs offered at the Pensacola campus or UWF Emerald Coast may require online courses. Please discuss the program requirements and planning with your academic advisor.

Interested in the online version of this program?

It's perfect for full- or part-time working adults who want to advance their career in criminal justice.

Visit Online Criminal Justice M.S.