Advance your career in criminal justice.
Pursuing our Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Theory and Research at the University of North Texas is the next step forward in furthering your career and developing advanced analytical skills. You can pursue this degree as a campus-based program, or entirely online, allowing you to better balance your work, personal and academic obligations. This degree plan enhances your ability to take informed and thoughtful actions in your career path.
Many MSCJ alumni are serving in various careers such as:
- Police officer, probation officer or caseworker
You can pursue your degree as part of this campus-based program or entirely online, allowing you to take advantage of your particular learning style and better balance your work, personal and academic obligations.
Scholarships & More
Criminal Justice graduate students may apply for the Department of Criminal Justice’s Tory J. Caeti Memorial Scholarship and other scholarships offered by the College of Health and Public Service each year.
Your academic advisor
Graduate students are advised by department faculty. Director of Graduate Programs Adam Trahan can help connect you with potential faculty advisors based on your unique interests.
Adam Trahan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Programs