M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration Program Information
Available online at Franklin University .
As our society evolves, so does the threat to law and order. From the treatment of youth in the criminal justice system to the prevention and prosecution of cybercrime, today's criminal justice leaders are in uncharted territory. The M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration arms in-career professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the criminal justice system. Theory-to-practice coursework equips graduates to apply knowledge to solve present-day challenges at the local, state or federal level.
Apply criminal justice theories to the development of effective and sustainable criminal justice programs
Analyze complex and multi-systemic adult and juvenile systems of justice and social control mechanisms
Develop solutions to crime through the administration of criminal justice organizations, community partnerships, and stakeholders, utilizing criminology theories
Evaluate critical issues in criminal justice administration and management
Develop ethical leadership models for administration of justice
Evaluate contemporary law enforcement strategies and structures, integrating policy and legal perspectives
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