During the past decade, the criminal justice field has evolved in novel and exciting ways, providing opportunities for individuals to foster change in the policies and initiatives that shape our society on every level. At Keiser University, the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) degree helps students become a part of those changes by providing them with the tools and skills they need to advance their careers and make meaningful contributions in many sectors of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, court systems, juvenile justice, and management and leadership roles.
Through an in-depth understanding of the ethical, psychological and societal implications of the concept of justice and implementation of the justice system, the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice degree enables students to develop and apply vital critical thinking and analytical skills to real-world criminal justice issues.
Graduates of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice can find leadership opportunities in both the private and public sector in settings such as:
• Federal and state agencies
• Local law enforcement
• Educational institutions
• Court Systems
• Private law enforcement and investigation
• Organizational leadership