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Students are strongly encouraged to pursue options to study abroad while pursuing their Masters Degree. John Jay College of Criminal Justice organizes a number of study abroad programs in the summer and winter, some of which offer graduate credits. Further information on study abroad options can be obtained from Ms. Maureen Brady Coyle at email@example.com. A maximum of 12 credits can be transferred from outside institutions.