Master of Science in Justice Administration and Leadership

Curriculum

The Master of Science in Justice Administration and Leadership (JAL) is an executive program offered by the School of Economic, Political and Policy Science and housed in the Department of Criminology.

The program is designated for professionals who are either interested in attaining leadership positions in agencies across the criminal justice spectrum or for those with full-time careers in the field.

Program Information

School: School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences

Catalog page: MS

MS in Justice Administration and Leadership Fact Sheet

Application Requirements

Other application requirements:

This program is not currently accepting any new applications.

Contact

Dr. John L. Worrall, Program Head
972-883-4893
Office - GR 2.126

Dr. Galia Cohen, JAL Associate Director
972-883-2711

Possible Careers

The JAL program prepares students to lead, influence and manage others in an increasingly diversified criminal justice work environment.

Graduates of the program will emerge as leaders prepared to assume supervisory and executive positions in criminal justice and other related organizations.

Salary Information

See Bureau of Labor Statistics for detailed salary information on these careers. Another great resource is the Occupational Outlook Handbook.

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