Criminology & Criminal Justice
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice aims to prepare both undergraduate and graduate students for successful careers in criminal justice and related fields. Students who complete our programs are also well prepared to pursue advanced professional degrees. Our programs welcome diversity, encourage creative thought, incorporate advanced technologies, and emphasize critical thinking. Students learn from faculty who are actively engaged in real-world research or currently work in criminal justice organizations.
CCSU/WHPD Law Enforcement Cohort M.S. in Criminal Justice
Starting in January 2017, the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), in collaboration with the West Hartford Police Department (WHPD), will offer its M.S. in Criminal Justice to a cohort of law enforcement professionals. This will be our third cohort since the inception of the program. Students in the cohort will progress through the program together with the intent of creating an interactive learning environment and providing opportunities to network and strengthen professional relationships. The curriculum will be tailored to the needs of today’s law enforcement professionals and emphasize problem solving and leadership skills. Classes will be scheduled to accommodate the needs of working professionals. Applications will be due November 30, 2016.
To learn more about the application process and details of the program, please plan to attend our Open House on Monday, October 24th at the West Hartford Police Department from 6pm to 7:30pm
If you are unable to attend and would like additional information, please contact Dr. Shamir Ratansi.
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