Leading The Way in Investigations

At the University of New Haven, we know what it takes to succeed as an investigator. And we’re excited to offer you a fully online Master of Science in Investigations, the first degree of its kind in the nation. Our 100% online master’s degree will help you deepen your understanding of the field of investigations while also pursuing a specialty concentration in:

With this 1-year, 10 course degree, you’ll gain a depth of knowledge in the field of investigations that no other degree can provide. The program unites the University of New Haven’s renowned academic expertise in the areas of criminal justice and forensic science to uniquely prepare graduates for careers an investigator in both public and private organizations.

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If you are not ready to begin a master’s degree program, you may also start with one of our graduate certificate programs including a certificate in Financial Crime Investigation, Cybercrime Investigation, and Digital Forensics Investigation.

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How often do you focus on the latest findings for common situations that you might experience as a law enforcement officer? @TheIACP just released new research that can be resourceful in the field. #lawenforcement

Did you know that you can apply for the Master in Criminal Justice here at New Haven without taking a GRE or GMAT? Learn more here: https://t.co/NhF8CJpST7

Join us on June 5th at 1pm for a unique informational webinar where we'll discuss 5 of the hottest trends in the investigations industry and how a master’s degree can help enhance or launch your career as an investigator. Learn more at: https://t.co/DNp60jRUvn

This is quite the rewarding challenge for police departments to participate in. Thanks to @TheIACP for sharing:

Take a look at our application deadlines for upcoming terms for our online graduate program -- one of the country's most respected master's in #CriminalJustice programs. We offer six terms year-round for when you're ready to start.

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