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1 s a c r a m e n t o s t a t e Division of Criminal Justice Master Of Science In Criminal Justice Leadership Begins Here.

2 Sacramento State s Master of Science program in Criminal Justice is designed to provide broad knowledge and understanding of the field of criminal justice, law enforcement, legal processes, and rehabilitation of offenders. The program provides an extensive academic foundation for a growing variety of professional opportunities and facilitates professional development in preparation for positions of increasing responsibility in the field of criminal justice. The program offers an academic foundation for persons who wish to pursue continuing education at the postgraduate level in criminal justice or related fields of study. Road to Graduation Applications must be received in the early spring prior to admission for fall semester. See Division of Criminal Justice website for specific dates: The Master of Science program in Criminal Justice requires completion of 30 credits in courses and a culminating experience (comprehensive examination, thesis, or project). Courses are offered in two completion options: Option One is for the graduate student who can take courses offered during traditional school semester class times. Typically these are evening Monday-Thursday class meetings. Option Two is for the graduate student whose vocation may preclude taking traditionally scheduled classes. For those professionals working various daily, weekly, or monthly shifts, a non-traditional schedule of four courses on campus Friday evening and all-day Saturday sessions for five successive semesters including one summer term is available. This schedule includes an additional 30 hours of on-line instruction each semester. Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree A score of 4 or better in the Analytical Writing Section of the Graduate Record Examination General Test A letter of intent and purpose Three letters of recommendation An undergraduate grade-point-average of 3.0 in major work and in the last 60 credits of all course work Division of Criminal Justice Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA (916) (916) fax

3 Cost The Master of Science degree at Sacramento State is the most economic, least expensive graduate program available in the Capital Region. Faculty The faculty of the Criminal Justice Division provide a wealth of experience and training spanning the gamut of practical and theoretical criminal justice and criminology. Our instructors are from federal, state, and local law enforcement, public policy administration, research, and from a range of governmental and academic agencies. Their scholarly interests span a spectrum of philosophical and systemic perspectives offering a wealth of social, cultural, global, and personal insights which add to an enriching and profound educational experience. Access/Location The University's location near the state capital provides direct access to many governmental agencies through internship and fieldwork, and personal contact opportunities. Photos this page: Sam Parsons, Sacramento State/ATCS

4 Requirements Master of Science Degree Students must complete 30 units to include: 4 Core classes, 2 Selective/2-3 Elective Courses, and a Culminating Experience (Comprehensive Examination, Research Project, or Thesis) Core (12 units) CRJ200 Research Methods in Criminal Justice CRJ255 Crime, Criminology, and Criminal Justice CRJ256 History of the American Criminal Justice System CRJ260 Management of Complex Justice Organizations Selectives (6 units) / Electives (6-9 units) CRJ 205 Criminal Justice Policy Analysis CRJ 207 Criminal Justice Research and Program Evaluation CRJ 210 Critical Examination of Law and Justice CRJ 220 Politics of Crime Legislation CRJ 231 Corrections CRJ 233 Psychodynamics of Confinement CRJ 240 Contemporary Issues in Policing CRJ 250 Comparative Analysis of the Criminal Justice System CRJ 251 White-Collar Crime CRJ 252 Violence and Victims CRJ 257 The Nature of Terrorism CRJ 262 Administration of Juvenile Justice CRJ 266 Personnel Administration in the Justice Organizations CRJ 267 Issues in Collective Bargaining and Arbitration CRJ 289 Criminal Justice Systems of the Future CRJ 295 Internship CRJ 296 Experimental Offerings in Criminal Justice CRJ 299 Special Problems Culminating Experience (3-6 units) CRJ 500 Culminating Experience: Comprehensive Examination; or CRJ 501 Culminating Experience: Thesis/Project Development (Proposal); and CRJ 502 Culminating Experience: Thesis / Project (Final draft)

5 Criminal Justice Faculty Bruce Bikle, Ph.D. (Portland State University), Associate Professor; Corrections, Public Policy. Dimitri Bogazianos, Ph.D. (University of California, Irvine), Assistant Professor; Popular Culture, Law and Society. Cecil Canton, Ed.D. (Columbia University), Professor; Corrections Administration. Timothy Capron, Ph.D. (Sam Houston State University), Associate Professor; Policing, Terrorism. Owen Cater, M.A. (California State University Sacramento), Lecturer; Policing, Investigations. Timothy Croisdale, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser University), Assistant Professor; Crime Analysis, Research Methods. Sue Cote Escobar, J.D./Ph.D. (State University of New York at Buffalo), Associate Professor; Victimology, Family Violence. Yvette Farmer, Ph.D. (University of Washington), Associate Professor; Research Methods, Program Evaluation. Ricky Gutierrez, Ph.D. (Washington State University), Associate Professor; Corrections, Race & Crime. James Hernandez, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Professor; Gangs, Administration. Shihlung Huang, Ph.D. (Sam Houston State University), Associate Professor; Policy Administration, Policing. Marlyn Jones, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser University), Associate Professor; Gender & Race, Sociology of Law. Laurie Kubicek, J.D. (University of the Pacific), Associate Professor; Criminal Law, Juvenile Law. Lynette Lee, Ph.D. (Washington State University), Professor; Integral Justice Studies. Russell Loving, J.D. (University of California, Davis) Assistant Professor); Substantive Law, Restorative Justice. Mary Maguire, Ph.D. (Portland State University), Assistant Professor; Gender & Class, Corrections. Dan Okada, Ph.D. (University of Maryland), Assistant Professor; Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Justice. Reprinted with permission of the Sacramento Bee / Hector Amezcua John Panetton, J.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Assistant Professor; Criminal Procedure, White Collar Crime. Xin Ren, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor; Comparative and International Criminology, Research Methods. Kaylene Richards-Ekeh, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), Associate Professor; Race & Gender. Jennie Singer, Ph.D. (California School of Professional Psychology), Assistant Professor; Corrections, Research Methods. David Swim, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Associate Professor; Policing, Organizations & Management. Ernest Uwazie, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), Professor; Comparative Justice, Conflict & Dispute Resolution. William Vizzard, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Professor; Investigations, Policing, Justice Policy. Hugh Wilson, D.P.A. (Golden Gate University), Professor; Drugs, Organizations & Management.

6 Division of Criminal Justice Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA Mary Weikert, Sacramento State Cover Photo: Sam Parsons, Sacramento State/ATCS

7 Sacramento State s Master of Science program in Criminal Justice is designed to provide broad knowledge and understanding of the field of criminal justice, law enforcement, legal processes, and rehabilitation of offenders. The program provides an extensive academic foundation for a growing variety of professional opportunities and facilitates professional development in preparation for positions of increasing responsibility in the field of criminal justice. The program offers an academic foundation for persons who wish to pursue continuing education at the postgraduate level in criminal justice or related fields of study. Road to Graduation Applications must be received in the early spring prior to admission for fall semester. See Division of Criminal Justice website for specific dates: The Master of Science program in Criminal Justice requires completion of 30 credits in courses and a culminating experience (comprehensive examination, thesis, or project). Courses are offered in two completion options: Division of Criminal Justice Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA s a c r a m e n t o s t a t e Division of Criminal Justice Master Of Science In Criminal Justice Option One is for the graduate student who can take courses offered during traditional school semester class times. Typically these are evening Monday-Thursday class meetings. Option Two is for the graduate student whose vocation may preclude taking traditionally scheduled classes. For those professionals working various daily, weekly, or monthly shifts, a non-traditional schedule of four courses on campus Friday evening and all-day Saturday sessions for five successive semesters including one summer term is available. This schedule includes an additional 30 hours of on-line instruction each semester. Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree A score of 4 or better in the Analytical Writing Section of the Graduate Record Examination General Test A letter of intent and purpose Three letters of recommendation An undergraduate grade-point-average of 3.0 in major work and in the last 60 credits of all course work Mary Weikert, Sacramento State Cover Photo: Sam Parsons, Sacramento State/ATCS Division of Criminal Justice Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA (916) (916) fax Leadership Begins Here.

8 Cost The Master of Science degree at Sacramento State is the most economic, least expensive graduate program available in the Capital Region. Faculty The faculty of the Criminal Justice Division provide a wealth of experience and training spanning the gamut of practical and theoretical criminal justice and criminology. Our instructors are from federal, state, and local law enforcement, public policy administration, research, and from a range of governmental and academic agencies. Their scholarly interests span a spectrum of philosophical and systemic perspectives offering a wealth of social, cultural, global, and personal insights which add to an enriching and profound educational experience. Access/Location The University's location near the state capital provides direct access to many governmental agencies through internship and fieldwork, and personal contact opportunities. Photos this page: Sam Parsons, Sacramento State/ATCS Requirements Master of Science Degree Students must complete 30 units to include: 4 Core classes, 2 Selective/2-3 Elective Courses, and a Culminating Experience (Comprehensive Examination, Research Project, or Thesis) Core (12 units) CRJ200 Research Methods in Criminal Justice CRJ255 Crime, Criminology, and Criminal Justice CRJ256 History of the American Criminal Justice System CRJ260 Management of Complex Justice Organizations Selectives (6 units) / Electives (6-9 units) CRJ 205 Criminal Justice Policy Analysis CRJ 207 Criminal Justice Research and Program Evaluation CRJ 210 Critical Examination of Law and Justice CRJ 220 Politics of Crime Legislation CRJ 231 Corrections CRJ 233 Psychodynamics of Confinement CRJ 240 Contemporary Issues in Policing CRJ 250 Comparative Analysis of the Criminal Justice System CRJ 251 White-Collar Crime CRJ 252 Violence and Victims CRJ 257 The Nature of Terrorism CRJ 262 Administration of Juvenile Justice CRJ 266 Personnel Administration in the Justice Organizations CRJ 267 Issues in Collective Bargaining and Arbitration CRJ 289 Criminal Justice Systems of the Future CRJ 295 Internship CRJ 296 Experimental Offerings in Criminal Justice CRJ 299 Special Problems Culminating Experience (3-6 units) CRJ 500 Culminating Experience: Comprehensive Examination; or CRJ 501 Culminating Experience: Thesis/Project Development (Proposal); and CRJ 502 Culminating Experience: Thesis / Project (Final draft) Criminal Justice Faculty Bruce Bikle, Ph.D. (Portland State University), Associate Professor; Corrections, Public Policy. Dimitri Bogazianos, Ph.D. (University of California, Irvine), Assistant Professor; Popular Culture, Law and Society. Cecil Canton, Ed.D. (Columbia University), Professor; Corrections Administration. Timothy Capron, Ph.D. (Sam Houston State University), Associate Professor; Policing, Terrorism. Owen Cater, M.A. (California State University Sacramento), Lecturer; Policing, Investigations. Timothy Croisdale, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser University), Assistant Professor; Crime Analysis, Research Methods. Sue Cote Escobar, J.D./Ph.D. (State University of New York at Buffalo), Associate Professor; Victimology, Family Violence. Yvette Farmer, Ph.D. (University of Washington), Associate Professor; Research Methods, Program Evaluation. Ricky Gutierrez, Ph.D. (Washington State University), Associate Professor; Corrections, Race & Crime. James Hernandez, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Professor; Gangs, Administration. Shihlung Huang, Ph.D. (Sam Houston State University), Associate Professor; Policy Administration, Policing. Marlyn Jones, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser University), Associate Professor; Gender & Race, Sociology of Law. Laurie Kubicek, J.D. (University of the Pacific), Associate Professor; Criminal Law, Juvenile Law. Lynette Lee, Ph.D. (Washington State University), Professor; Integral Justice Studies. Russell Loving, J.D. (University of California, Davis) Assistant Professor); Substantive Law, Restorative Justice. Mary Maguire, Ph.D. (Portland State University), Assistant Professor; Gender & Class, Corrections. Dan Okada, Ph.D. (University of Maryland), Assistant Professor; Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Justice. John Panetton, J.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Assistant Professor; Criminal Procedure, White Collar Crime. Xin Ren, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor; Comparative and International Criminology, Research Methods. Kaylene Richards-Ekeh, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), Associate Professor; Race & Gender. Jennie Singer, Ph.D. (California School of Professional Psychology), Assistant Professor; Corrections, Research Methods. David Swim, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Associate Professor; Policing, Organizations & Management. Ernest Uwazie, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), Professor; Comparative Justice, Conflict & Dispute Resolution. William Vizzard, D.P.A. (University of Southern California), Professor; Investigations, Policing, Justice Policy. Hugh Wilson, D.P.A. (Golden Gate University), Professor; Drugs, Organizations & Management. Reprinted with permission of the Sacramento Bee / Hector Amezcua

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