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Degree Requirements: A candidate for the Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice is required to meet the following:

  • 1.

    Fulfill the general requirements for a graduate degree at Delta State University.

  • 2.

    Complete a minimum of 33 semester hours of graduate work as specified. At least one half of major field courses must be at “600” level.

  • 3.

    Earn a grade point average of at least 3.0 in the major field and overall.

  • 4.

    Pass an oral and/or written examination in the candidate’s major field administered by a committee determined by the student with the advisor’s guidance.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CURRICULUM Master of Science Degree

Semester Hours

18

18

18

12

12

18

6

6

36

36

36

Academic Program

  • 1.

    Required Core Courses ............................ CRJ 630, CRJ 635, CRJ 650, CRJ 655, CRJ 670, CRJ 675

  • 2.

    Electives.................................................... Graduate CRJ courses

  • 3.

    Option A: CRJ 690 Thesis ........................ Option B: CRJ 680 Practicum.................... Option C: Practitioners ............................ TOTAL HOURS ..................................

Option A Option B Option C

Non-practitioner Students may select Option A (Thesis) or Option B (Practicum). Students employed in the criminal justice system may, upon approval of the Director of Graduate Studies, pursue Option C.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NATURAL SCIENCES DEGREE

Purpose. This program provides specialized training for science teachers. Areas of Emphasis: Biological Sciences or Physical Sciences

Admission. An applicant will apply for admission to either the Biological Sciences or Physical Sciences program. There are two levels of admission to the degree program: Full Admission and Non-degree Admission. Admission require- ments differ for each area of emphasis. Application does not guarantee admis- sion to a graduate program. Admissions are selective and decision to admit or not admit an applicant is by departmental committee, based on holistic evalua- tion of all required and other application materials as they relate to potential for

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