Master of Justice Administration

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 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.

The Master of Justice Administration program consists of 37 credit hours, or a total of 12 courses. Students attend three 15-week terms each year, taking two classes per term. Classes are held on the Methodist University Campus on Saturday and Sunday, one weekend per month, over the course of the term. Students will complete additional work for each course online between residency weekends.


Certificate in Criminal Justice Education

The MJA program also offers a graduate certificate in Criminal Justice Education.  See MJA Curriculum for more information.


Academic Calendar

Classes will be held on the Methodist University campus one weekend per month for four months per term.

Fall 2019

Residency Weekends: Aug 24-25, Sept 21-22, Oct 19-20, Nov 16-17

Spring 2020

Residency Weekends: Jan 11-12, Feb 15-16 ,Mar 14-15, Apr 18-19

Summer 2020

Residency Weekends: May 16-17, June 13-14, July 11-12, Aug 8-9


Contact the Master of Justice Administration Program

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Eric See, Ph.D.

Chair, Justice Studies; Professor of Justice Studies
(910) 630-7459
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Eric See, Ph.D.

Chair, Justice Studies; Professor of Justice Studies

B.S., Bowling Green State University; M.S., University of Cincinnati; Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Bio:

Dr. See is a member of MJA Graduate Faculty.  From 1997-99, he worked as an Administrator of the Family Life Center in Indiana, Pennsylvania.  His first faculty appointment was at Youngstown State University, where he held the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice from 2001-07.

(910) 630-7459
Trustees 204A