The Doctor of Criminal Justice (D.C.J.) program focuses on professional development and practical approaches to major criminal justice issues.
Global Online (100% online delivery of coursework, with a one-week campus residency)
|CRJ 800 Leading Criminal Justice Agencies||3|
|CRJ 805 Using Theory to Improve CJ Practice||3|
|CRJ 810 Improving the Administration of Juvenile Justice||3|
|CRJ 820 21st Century Policing||3|
|CRJ 830 Corrections: Crisis and Management||3|
|CRJ 840 Advanced Criminal Law and Procedure for CJ Leaders||3|
|CRJ 850 Contemporary Forensic Science and Technology for Criminal Justice Leaders||3|
|CRJ 860 Criminal Justice Training: Needs, Problems, Solutions||3|
|CRJ 870 Civil Liability for Criminal Justice Professionals||3|
|CRJ 880 Achieving Justice More Often||3|
|CRJ 890 Applied Criminal Justice Research Methods for CJ Leaders||3|
|CRJ 895 Legal Research Methods for Criminal Justice Practitioners||3|
|CRJ 920 Doctoral Research Portfolio||6|
A comprehensive exam is administered during the winter term preceding the final spring semester. Successful completion classifies students as doctoral candidates.