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History of the Administration of Justice Program

Since its inception in June of 1984, the Mississippi College Administration of Justice Program has provided its students with exceptional faculty members from diverse backgrounds who help students develop the necessary critical thinking skills to compete in the multi-faceted world of criminal justice. Our program graduates outstanding individuals who secure top jobs and become leaders at the local, state, and federal levels of law enforcement and in the loss prevention/security management sectors.

Since June of 1984, the Mississippi College Administration of Justice Program has had over 250 Bachelor of Science graduates as well as 70 graduates in the Master of Social Science Program. Our graduates are currently enjoying careers at the local, state, and federal levels as well as in the loss prevention/security management sectors.

If you are interested in being taught criminal justice, homeland security or loss prevention/security management by a faculty of highly trained professionals that emphasize real-world situations, please contact Dr. Harry Porter at 601.925.3266 or hporter@mc.edu.