The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice online program at Wichita State will prepare you to advance your criminal justice career. Through study of crime, why it exists and its impact on society, you'll gain a deeper understanding of criminal justice.
You will learn online, directly from faculty who are criminal justice professionals with expertise in policing, gangs, fraud, corrections and courts.
|Program Entry||The MACJ online program follows Wichita State's semester schedule, you can begin Fall, Spring or Summer Semester.|
Full time students could earn their degree in as little as 18 months. Part-time students will take longer to complete their degree.
All degree requirements must be completed within 6 years from the date of the first course.
|Study Plan Options||
This is a fully online degree program. You can be a full-time or part-time student.
You will work with your Online Graduate Coordinator to develop a plan of study that will suit your schedule.
|Priority Application Deadline||
Fall semester: July 1
|MACJ Online Program Admission Requirements||
Graduate tuition is $396.82 per credit hour*, additional college fees may apply.
*Based on AY17-18 tuition rates, subject to change.
Financial aid and scholarships may be available.
The Criminal Justice program at Wichita State University is one of the oldest in the United States. Founded by renowned police chief and scholar O.W. Wilson in 1937, only one other active criminal justice department has a longer history.
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