MSCJ - Corrections
The Kaplan University Master of Science in Criminal Justice program is intended to help students satisfy their intellectual curiosity, build knowledge, and prepare to successfully undertake leadership and other professional positions in today's complex criminal justice environment. The program provides students an opportunity to pursue a thesis, applied research, or comprehensive exam track of study. Moreover, students have the option of selecting a specialization in addition to the core curriculum requirements. The specializations include law, global issues in criminal justice, leadership and executive management, corrections, and policing. All courses designated as specialization courses may be applied to toward elective credit if a student elects not to pursue a specialization.
||HS diploma, GED
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
||The following general guidelines regarding prior learning credit apply to students enrolled in all graduate programs.
* A student may apply as many as three courses earned at another college or university toward the total number of credits required for graduation at Kaplan University.
* Students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Management, or Master of Science in Nursing programs may apply Challenge Exam credit toward select courses. Contact the Admissions Department for a complete list of eligible courses and eligibility requirements. All other graduate students may only apply transfer credit into their degree programs and are not eligible for other kinds of prior learning credit.
* Courses must have been completed prior to matriculation.
* Courses must be relevant to the degree in which the student is enrolled.
* Graduate transfer work completed more than 5 years prior to admission to Kaplan University will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis in order to determine the applicability of the coursework.