The MS in Applied Criminology program is designed to enhance the skill set and employability of those already working within or interested in entering this emerging and dynamic field. The study of applied criminology will teach you to scientifically study crime, preparing you for careers in criminal justice, law enforcement (local, state, or federal), victim and social psychological services, border security, education, fire and medical services, and corrections, probation, and parole. The program is designed so students can customize their courses to fit their interests or industry. Upon enrollment, students choose from one of four concentration options: criminal behavior, cybercrime and technology, global crime and homeland security, and victimology. This two-year, 40-unit master's program is offered full-time online or in an executive format. Executive format classes are held one to two weekends per month on-campus with supplemental online sessions in between.
Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
International Student Requirements:
In addition to the regular eligibility requirements, international students must: 1. Show proficiency in English as evidenced for the TOEFL
2. Carry a full course load at Alliant
3. Submit official, translated transcripts
4. Provide evidence of financ