FACULTY WHO INSPIRE - MA student Tynan Shannon feels the faculty have a lot to offer. “You can tell that they truly love what they do," he said, "and when you have professors that express their excitement for their field and the work that they do, you can't help but be excited as well.”
For over 20 years, the IUP Master's in Criminology program has prepared students like you for administrative and research careers in the criminal justice system. For those of you who want to go on and pursue doctoral studies, the MA program provides a solid foundation from one of the top criminology and criminal justice programs in the country.
To graduate you will be required to complete 30 semester hours. You may choose between a thesis or non-thesis curriculum. The thesis option requires that you complete a six-credit thesis. The non-thesis option requires that you complete six hours of elective course work, for both the online and on-campus programs.
To gain admittance you must:
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