|Description:||The Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy (C.C.J.P.) is a program jointly run by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Department of Political Science. As such, the program offers a unique opportunity for students to pursue advanced studies and research in crime and the criminal justice system from both sociological and criminological perspectives as well as from political science and public policy and management perspectives.
The program provides the appropriate academic background for students wanting to complete a Ph.D. degree in Criminology, Sociology, or Political Science. Second, the program provides students with the background necessary to enter into employment or advance their careers in the criminal justice system, either in a policy or administrative capacity for government or non-governmental organizations, or as front-line service providers (police officers, probation officers, and corrections officers).
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