According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, criminal justice-related jobs are predicted to grow by seven percent from 2016 to 2026. Our 30-credit Master of Arts in Criminal Justice will prepare you to become an advanced practitioner in a wide spectrum of criminal justice careers. Many agencies also offer criminal justice related positions for planners, researchers, data analysts, and others with exceptional skills in statistics and computer science.
Potential career paths include:
- Federal Law Enforcement Agencies
- Local and State Law Enforcement
- Court Administration
- Corrections Administration
- Correctional Counseling
- Customs & Borders
- Homeland Security
- Emergency Management
- Cyber Security
- Victim Advocacy
- Prosecutor Agent
Our recent alumni are continuing their careers with prestigious organizations and agencies, such as:
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Secret Service
- U.S. Marshal’s Office
- Central Intelligence Agency
- New Jersey State Police
- Drug Enforcement Administration
I use what I learned every day. My capstone course paper, ‘Current State of Morale & Readiness of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve’ was reviewed by the Coast Guard for implementation. The homeland security courses at Monmouth greatly enhanced my awareness of terrorist, cyber, and other multifaceted threats and vulnerabilities.
Francis Gorman ’14
Annual Networking Event
The annual Networking Event brings representatives from more than 40 agencies in the fields of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, including the FBI, DEA, New Jersey State Police, and Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, among many others.
Reaching Out Right On Campus
Criminal Justice and Homeland Security students attend the annual Networking Event in Wilson Hall every March.