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Criminal Justice MS Degree

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Program Description

This program prepares students with skills and knowledge including such aspects of criminal justice as law enforcement, courts, corrections, and crime prevention.  The goals of the program are to prepare graduates who are able to: assess and understand criminal justice problems and issues; conduct basic and applied research in criminal justice, particularly evaluation research; use computer technology to locate information and use statistics and software to analyze; problems, particularly with respect to criminal justice agencies; understand legal issues which affect criminal justice professionals and; integrate the findings concerning the psychological, sociological, economic and cultural roots of crime.

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Contact Information

Name: Lorna Grant, Associate Professor
Email: lgrant@nccu.edu
Phone: (919) 530-5291
Fax: (919) 530-5195
Office Location: 303 Albert N. Whiting Criminal Justice Building
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