Master of Science in Crime & Justice Studies
This graduate program will help you challenge traditional thinking with new approaches to crime and justice. Our community-oriented curriculum is pragmatic and career-oriented, emphasizing crime's impact on communities, victims, and offenders.
You’ll get the tools you need to build a career in:
- Gender, Race & Social Justice
- Juvenile Justice
- Quantitative Analysis
- Victim Advocacy
- Court and Offender Services
Paying for Graduate School
Full-time, per year
Cost Per Credit (2019-2020)
For part-time students
***Suffolk University is pleased to offer both merit- and need-based financial aid to graduate students—these awards can be up to $15,500 per academic year. Merit-based aid is awarded based on the applicant's academic credentials presented on the admission application. No separate application is required for merit consideration.
Fall Semester: March 15 (priority), then rolling
Spring Semester: October 15 (priority), then rolling
Learn about the advantages of priority applications.
Courses & Requirements
Learn more about the classes, requirements, and different options available to complete the program.