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M.S. in Criminal Justice (Fast Track)

M.S. in Criminal JusticeThe 36-credit Master of Science in Criminal Justice is designed to provide the skills and understanding necessary to address the emerging public interest problems of the 21st Century.

The program offers a core curriculum that lays the foundation for the understanding of crime and high technology and the ability to think critically. Graduates of the program are equipped to pursue careers such as working at research institutes, with juveniles, alternative-to-incarceration programs, victims’ rights groups, corporate security, defendants’ rights groups, and treatment and rehabilitation programs in addition to traditional law enforcement positions at the federal, state and local levels.

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Find Out How Good You Really Are.

Robert Smith, Class of 2013, M.S. in Criminal Justice“I applied for the bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at LIU Brentwood the same day I learned about it. When I graduated, I went straight into the criminal justice master’s degree program. I’m interested in a career in law enforcement, but down the road, I also want to teach criminal justice, like my professors. LIU Brentwood is giving me the education I need to serve my community and build my career.”

Robert Smith, Class of 2013

Alumni Success

Man and woman in law libraryLIU Brentwood alumni have distinguished careers as federal agents, security officers, corrections counselors, FBI agents, homeland security agents and private security professionals. We can put you in touch with these working professional alumni who will volunteer their time to discuss different career opportunities and methods to how to achieve success.

Take the Next Step

Students with laptop computerTo apply to the program, complete the LIU online application for admission, or speak with an admissions counselor or faculty member at 631-273-5112.

You may also complete our online Request More Information form.

Faculty Experts

Criminal Justice ProfessionalsCourses are taught by a distinguished faculty who includes published authors, researchers and widely-consulted authorities on American and world criminal justice systems. Adjunct faculty members are working professionals include attorneys, judges and law enforcement officials. Our professors will engage and inspire you to exceed your expectations. Learn more.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

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Grants, discounts and scholarship opportunities can help make your education at LIU Brentwood a more affordable one, particularly for graduates of St. Joseph’s College, and Long Island University.

Learn more about our generous scholarship opportunities.