Criminal

Justice

Welcome and thank you for your interest in Holy Family’s graduate program in Criminal Justice. Criminal Justice is an interdisciplinary field of study that combines elements from psychology, sociology, social work, law, political science, history, philosophy, and business administration. This program examines criminal behavior from a societal and multicultural perspective with a strong emphasis on ethics and social justice. Doctoral prepared faculty members will explain how criminological theories relate to current social problems and present cutting edge research in the area of criminal justice. Future career opportunities in this growing field may include employment in juvenile justice, law enforcement, corrections, and court administration. This degree will also prepare applicants for future doctoral study in the social sciences.


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AT A GLANCE

  • Courses offered in Newtown Bucks County
  • Program requires 30 credits to earn Masters of Arts
  • Professionals in the fields of law enforcement, corrections, or the court system can utilize this degree to seek career advancement or personal enrichment.

SEMESTER DETAILS

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Summer 2013 4/15/13 5/20/13
Fall 2013 4/15/13 8/28/13