Earning an online Master of Arts in Criminal Justice degree from Michigan State University (MSU) can put you a step ahead of other criminal justice professionals and open doors that take you beyond the rank and file.
Average annual salary of $88,923 for police supervisors, special agents, detectives and security managers1,2,3,4
Strong MSU partnerships with leading criminal justice agencies in the U.S.
An extensive network of alumni who are employed by the Michigan State Police, security service organizations, the U.S. Secret Service and more
In a field as diverse as criminal justice, earning your master’s degree can put you on the path to becoming an instructor, policymaker, security manager, crime analyst or consultant.
Through our alumni network, career fairs, internships and other events, we connect our students with employers like the Michigan Department of Corrections, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, the U.S. Secret Service and more.
Completing your graduate degree at MSU will help you gain access to this growing network of unique opportunities.