Canada On Campus Graduate Programs in Criminal Justice & Criminalistics
Are you interested in gaining more advanced skills to help you purse a career in criminal justice or criminalistics? If so, enrolling in a campus-based criminal justice program may be a way to help you achieve your goals! Earning a grad degree in criminalistics could help prepare you for many different careers in the field, such as a criminalist. So what does that entail? Criminalists—or forensic science technicians—are responsible for collecting analyzing physical evidence from crime scenes. They may specialize in laboratory analysis or crime science investigation. They use their examinations to find links between evidence, suspects and victims. Criminalists may work in crime labs, for police departments, in morgues or in coroner offices. Learn more about local college campus graduate degrees in criminal justice and criminalistics today!
What are the benefits of choosing a graduate program in criminal justice on campus? Being in an actual classroom may make it easier to connect with other students and interact with instructors. And some people just prefer being amongst the company of classmates and have in-person access to instructors. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the available student services—whether it be the library or the financial aid center—at your school of choice!
Just filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find criminal justice grad schools in your desired area. Then, filter your campus search by degree for Masters Programs in Criminal Justice or Ph.D. Doctorate Programs in Criminalistics. If you’re just starting out you may want to consider a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice.
- Fairfield, CTFairfield, CT
Sacred Heart University
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice with concentrations in National Security, Criminal Justice Management and Victimology...
- Paxton, MAPaxton, MA
Anna Maria CollegeUpcoming Start Date: January 02, 2019
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice program at Anna Maria College is designed to prepare professionals in criminal justice to take on leadership roles.
- Pomona, NJPomona, NJ
The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program at Stockton University provides a quality graduate program that promotes advanced inquiry and application of new knowledge and fosters advanced-level career opportunities. ...
- Bristol, RIBristol, RI
Roger Williams University
Available on campus or online, the M.S. Criminal Justice program provides you with both theoretical and practical knowledge to succeed in the legal system.
- Tampa, FLTampa, FL
University of Tampa
The University of Tampa's Master of Science degree program in criminology and criminal justice prepares students for both practitioner and management careers in criminal justice and public safety...
- Greenwood Village, COGreenwood Village, CO
Colorado Technical University
Colorado Technical University's Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) degree program is designed for professionals seeking new opportunities in law enforcement, corrections and the court systems.
- Colorado Springs, CO
- Mason City, IAMason City, IA
Purdue University Global
Purdue Global’s online Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is designed for professionals interested in building their knowledge, leadership skills, and expertise in criminal justice, which could better position them for advancement and lateral...
- Des Moines, IA
- Augusta, ME
- Cedar Falls, IA
- Cedar Rapids, IA
- Davenport, IA
- Hagerstown, MD
- South Portland, ME
- Lewiston, ME
- Lincoln, NE
- Milwaukee, WI
- Rockville, MD
- Saint Louis, MO
- Indianapolis, IN
- Teaneck, NJTeaneck, NJ
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Criminal Justice, Political Science, & International Studies offers a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice.
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology
The Department of Criminal Justice offers an innovative Master of Science degree that emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to urban studies which emphasizes public safety...
- Boca Raton, FLBoca Raton, FL
Enhance leadership skills and learn innovative, dynamic approaches to issues facing executives in the criminal justice field.
- Youngstown, OHYoungstown, OH
Youngstown State University
The Master of Science in criminal justice at YSU provides professional education for criminal justice students.
- Queens Village, NYQueens Village, NY
St. John's UniversityUpcoming Start Date: January 23, 2019
The M.A. in Criminology and Justice with Sociology is the ideal graduate degree for those who want to strengthen their...
- Shippensburg, PAShippensburg, PA
Serves working professionals to enhance their understanding of theory and conduct research related to their organizations.
- Jacksonville, ALJacksonville, AL
Jacksonville State University
The Criminal Justice Department offers courses leading to the Master of Science (MS) with a major in criminal justice......
- Apache Junction, AZApache Junction, AZ
- Durham, NHDurham, NH
University of New Hampshire
The goal of the master of arts degree program in justice studies is to produce graduates who have a high level of knowledge about law and justice in A...
- Englewood Cliffs, NJEnglewood Cliffs, NJ
St. Peter's College
Saint Peter’s College offers a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration program.
- Maryville, MOMaryville, MO
Northwest Missouri State University
The Department of Health Sciences offers a Master of Science in Recreation.
- Long Beach, CALong Beach, CA
California State University, Long Beach
- Bryn Mawr, PABryn Mawr, PA
Rosemont College offers semester based and accelerated graduate degree programs.
- New Rochelle, NYNew Rochelle, NY
Only a handful of degrees empower you to change lives other than your own. This is one of them.
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
University of Illinois at Chicago
- Albany, NYAlbany, NY
University At Albany (S.U.N.Y.)
Concentrations in;Nature of CrimeLaw and Social ControlAdministrationPlanned Change...
- Albany, GAAlbany, GA
Albany State University
The M.S. degree in criminal justice is offered by the Criminal Justice Department with concentrations in law enforcement and corrections.