Wesley College’s Law & Justice Department launched an online master of science in criminal justice program designed for traditional graduate students and working adults interested in law enforcement, juvenile justice, corrections, public safety and other justice and legal-related fields.
“This program will allow students to work at their own pace,” said Associate Professor of Law & Justice Studies and Director of the MSCJ program Charlisa Edelin. “The average student will be able to complete the program in about 18 months.”
Additionally, the program gives students the option to focus on “restorative justice,” a new theory and practice improving the rehabilitation process in criminal justice.
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