Graduate (MSCJ) with Concentration in Theory and Research

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice at UNT provides students with a high-quality education on the nature, causes, and control of crime. The program is designed to incorporate theoretical and applied approaches to crime and criminal justice policy. Although many of our graduates go on to work in a variety of criminal justice agencies, the MSCJ program allows students the opportunity to pursue more advanced degrees in criminology or criminal justice-related fields upon completion.

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Most Affordable Online Master's in Criminal Justice

ll courses in the campus-based MSCJ with Concentration in Theory and Research program are offered during the day (i.e., between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.).

Our 100% online MSCJ with Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration degree option offers a flexible way to finish your degree in just two years.

If you have any questions about the MSCJ program, feel free to contact us directly at MSCJ-Advising@unt.edu 

Adam Trahan, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Programs
UNT Department of Criminal Justice