Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
|Master of Arts in Criminal Justice|
|Course Number and Title||Credits|
The following core courses are required of all students. It is recommended that these courses be taken prior to other graduate work.
|CJ 501 Crime and Criminal Justice||3|
|CJ 503 Criminal Justice Research||3|
|CJ 504 Statistics for Criminal Justice||3|
|CJ 506 Theories of Crime||3|
|CJ 513 Victimology||3|
Students are required to complete nine credits from the following list of courses. It is recommended that core courses be completed prior to enrolling in seminar series courses.
CJ 502 Seminar: Organization and Management of Criminal Justice
CJ 505 Seminar: Law and Social Control
CJ 507 Seminar: Issues in Contemporary Policing
CJ 508 Seminar: The Legal Process
CJ 509 Seminar: Juvenile Justice
CJ 512 Seminar: Gender and Justice
CJ 514 Seminar: Contemporary Issues in Corrections
CJ 515 Seminar: Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
Electives may be taken anywhere in the university but must be approved by the student’s graduate committee and the CJ graduate coordinator. The student must demonstrate, to the committee’s satisfaction, how the electives are to fit into the student’s program of study and career objectives. Boise State graduates with any listed course in undergraduate work which applied to the undergraduate degree may not apply that course to the graduate degree.
CJ 593 Thesis (6 cr) or
CJ 690 Master’s Comprehensive Examination (3 cr)