Keiser University's Graduate School provides student-centered, quality career education that enables you to make an immediate contribution to your profession. For over 35 years, Keiser University's commitment to excellence has led to success for our graduates.
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Our unique combination of a strong curriculum rich in relevant courses for today's workforce and our student-first approach provides an outstanding academic experience. Regardless of the degree program chosen, you will be part of a caring, learning environment, whether online or on campus, led by experienced faculty who bring textbooks to life with real-world challenges and solutions.
Keiser University's Graduate School programs are offered 100 percent online. Hybrid options (online and on-campus classes) are offered for our MBA program at some campus locations.
Keiser University’s Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice provides an intensive study of theory and practice in the field of criminal justice. The program fosters independent learning and enables students to contribute intellectually to the corrections, law enforcement, and administration of justice professions. Students learn to manage components of the criminal justice system through course work in areas such as correctional systems, law enforcement, court systems, criminal justice and criminology theory, juvenile justice, forensic psychology, gender, race, and crime, professionalism and ethics, criminal justice research, and management and leadership in criminal justice. Graduates demonstrate a conceptual understanding of advanced criminal justice systems and critically analyze and solve problems based on applied research methods.