Master's Programs

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Graduate Admissions

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The John Jay master's programs complement a baccalaureate program as well as enhance the academic and professional body of knowledge in the criminal justice field and the public service field. Each program is intended to meet the special needs of pre-career, in-career and second career students.

Its master's degrees are offered in eleven fields of study:

Criminal Justice
Digital Forensics and CyberSecurity 
Forensic Mental Health Counseling
Forensic Psychology
Psychology and Law
Forensic Science
International Crime and Justice
Protection Management
Public Administration 
Inspection and Oversight
• Public Policy and Administration
Security Management (Please see Graduate Bulletin)   

John Jay offers the following ONLINE master’s programs:

Online Master of Science in Security Management
Online Master of Public Administration

Some details about our master's programs:
General Requirements
Provisions for the Thesis and Non-Thesis Options