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You may have already received your homeland security certification or criminal justice degree in Mississippi or you may be looking for a career change. Further your education in the fields of criminal justice, homeland security/emergency management or loss prevention by earning a Master of Social Science degree at Mississippi College. You can continue to build a stable, rewarding career in the federal, state or local government or the private sector with the help of our program’s experienced, knowledgeable faculty and comprehensive course catalog.
Of all the colleges in Mississippi, few have an administration of justice program as impressive as Mississippi College’s, which covers everything from criminal justice to homeland security to paralegal studies. Students can complete this degree in one of two ways: the 30-hour Plan A (without teacher certification) or the 36-hour Plan B (with teacher certification). Both plans require coursework in history, political science or administration of justice and an oral and written exam. You can also choose to earn your 21-hour graduate certificate in homeland security.
If you’re trying to decide which of these graduate options is right for you – a Master of Social Science degree or a certification – your advisor and the rest of the caring faculty at Mississippi College are waiting to help you decide.
Mississippi College understands that working adults are often juggling multiple responsibilities that include children, school activities, other extracurricular activities and more. We want to make education easier and more accessible for you. That is why our Master’s in Administrative Justice courses are offered in the evenings, with some options available online.
If you are looking for colleges in Mississippi or are interested in homeland security training or criminal justice programs in Mississippi, contact Mississippi College today about our Administration of Justice Master of Social Science program today.