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Master of Justice Administration Student to Present

Methodist University will hold its first Graduate Research Symposium this year.

Students from the four graduate programs below will come together to share their work with the MU community through oral and poster presentations.

For full details on the presenters and abstracts of their presentations, please download the Symposium Brochure.

For general information about the symposium, please download the promotional flyer.

Master of Justice Administration Now Offering Classes at Western Campus of NCJA

Graduate Studies Overview

The Department of Justice Studies in conjunction with the North Carolina Justice Academy offers rising leaders in the criminal justice profession the opportunity to gain a master of justice administration. The Master of Justice Administration provides students with a strong foundation in the administration of justice, focusing on values, and ethical principles such as truth, virtue, and justice. The Master of Justice Administration program is specifically geared to focus on the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to effectively address complex problems and issues currently facing the criminal justice system.

Videos of our Graduates

Three recent MJA graduates discuss how their graduate studies at Methodist University have benefited them professionally:

Thomas Forrest, Greenville, NC Police Department

Carlton Williams, Greenville, NC Police Department

Celisa Lehew, Chapel Hill, NC Police Department