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  Jul 24, 2017
 
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Justice Management, M.J.M.


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Master of Justice Management

The Master of Justice Management is a special degree program offering a broad selection of courses including foundation courses in justice theory and process, essentials of justice management, and courses specific to emphases such as Juvenile Justice Management, Adult Justice Management, and Executive Court and Agency Administration. The MJM degree is conferred solely by the university and is organized jointly by the School of Social Research and Justice Studies, the National Judicial College and the National Council of Family Court Judges. It is also supported by other organizations. The degree program is the only one of its kind in the nation.

Degree requirements:

  • Complete a minimum of 32 credits in course work, including professional project (non-thesis option) within six years.

Course requirements:

  • Complete 18 required credits in foundation courses and courses representing essentials of justice management.
  • Complete 14 elective credits in such emphases as juvenile justice management, adult justice management, or executive court and agency administration, in any combination.

Thesis option:

  • A student choosing the thesis option must complete 6 credits for an approved thesis in addition to 24 credits for a total of 30 credits.

For a more detailed description of the program and degree requirements, please contact the program office noted above.

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