The College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology offers graduate courses leading to a Master of Science degree in Juvenile Justice, a Master of Science degree in Juvenile Forensic Psychology, a Ph.D. degree in Juvenile Justice, and a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Adolescent Psychology. The College seeks a diverse group of qualified students with backgrounds in various disciplines committed to improving the life experiences of youths involved in the juvenile justice system.
The curriculum in both programs is designed to ensure that the student acquires the research and knowledge competency for entry in the chosen area of specialization.
The purpose of the graduate programs in Juvenile Justice is to provide education and training in juvenile justice-allied disciplines and to produce students who will ultimately improve the juvenile justice system and work to resolve the problems of delinquency.
The Master of Science degree program in Juvenile Justice offers a curriculum that enables students to critically evaluate and confront the humanistic, technical, and scientific aspects of criminal justice as applicable to juvenile crime and delinquency. This program is web based.
The PhD program seeks a diverse group of qualified candidates with backgrounds in various disciplines committed to advancing the discipline of Juvenile Justice through research and teaching.
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