Network with professionals and explore careers in homicide, cold case, international crime and numerous other fields. The degree is designed to allow students to focus studies in death investigations, cold case investigations, international crime issues, Title IX investigations Civil Rights investigations, or, students can elect to broaden the scope and study financial crimes, cybercrimes and digital forensic investigations.
The program requires 30 units of graduate credits for the degree.
Required Courses (for a total of 15 credits)
- CJST 6631 – Investigations I
- INVS 6607 – Supervising and Managing the Investigative Unit and Process
- CJST 6651 – Criminal Procedure
- FORS 6614 – Survey of Forensic Scienes
- INVS 6690 – Contemporary Topics in Investigations
Criminal Investigation Concentration Electives (15 credits)
- INVS 6632 – Advanced Investigations I
- INVS 6633 – Advanced Investigations II
- Plus three (3) electives approved by advisor (9 credits).
Students are not limited to courses as outlined above and may take courses in criminal justice, financial crimes, national security and digital forensics investigations. It is recommended that students discuss elective selections with their adviser to maximize educational and career opportunities.
As someone pursuing a career change to the criminal justice eld, the accelerated online Master’s program offers the unique ability to jump start my new career in law enforcement while still providing the exibility to work full-time.