Consistent with the university student outcomes, upon completion of the Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree, graduates will be able to:

  1. Develop and facilitate data-driven and evidence-based collaborative strategies while properly managing silo-based operations.
  2. Design/alter components of organizations to make them conducive to collaboration and accountability.
  3. Apply advanced criminal justice concepts and methodology as they are employed in the application of criminology in policy formation.
  4. Manage operational and cultural change to align with new and existing strategies. 
  5. Facilitate empowered participation among members of the public to influence policy, procedure, and strategies (to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and legitimacy).
  6. Articulate a Christian approach to criminal justice and law enforcement leadership.