Master of Justice Administration Curriculum Requirements

Degree Awarded Master of Justice Administration (M.J.A.) Degree Requirements The Core Master of Justice Administration students take eight core courses during the program: MJA 6000: Foundation of Justice Administration (3 s.h.) MJA 6100: Criminal Behavior Issues (3 s.h.) MJA 6200: Read More …

Master of Justice Administration Courses

MJA 6000 FOUNDATIONS OF JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION (3 s.h.) This course introduces students to endemic and emerging administrative problems confronting the criminal justice system. Examination of the major components necessary to effective justice administration will include an overview of organizational thought Read More …

Master of Justice Administration Student Testimonials

Three current and former MJA students discuss how their graduate studies at Methodist University have benefited them professionally: Cassandra Ferraro, Patrol Officer, Carrboro Police Department Dr. Jay Fortenbery, Chief of Police, Edenton Police Department Ranessa Wallace, Detective, Fayetteville Police Department

Master of Justice Administration (MJA)

MJA Students

The Methodist University Master of Justice Administration (MJA) and Certificate in Justice Administration are currently on hiatus status. The program is not accepting new student admissions. The Department of Justice Studies offers rising leaders in the criminal justice profession the Read More …