Note: As of catalog publication in April, this program has been approved by the Board of Visitors and sent to the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia for consideration as a new degree program. The university cannot accept applications or enroll students in this program until SCHEV approval has been granted.
Applicants to all graduate programs at George Mason University must meet the admission standards and application requirements for graduate study as specified in Graduate Admissions. For information specific to this degree the departmental website.
For policies governing all graduate degrees, see AP.6 Graduate Policies.
Total credits: 30
|CRIM 511||Evidence-based Crime and Justice Policy||3|
|CRIM 512||Implementing Crime and Justice Policy||3|
|CRIM 513||Leadership in Justice Organizations||3|
|CRIM 514||Legal and Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice||3|
|CRIM 515||Criminal Justice Research Methods and Data Analysis||3|
|CRIM 516||Evaluation of Crime and Justice Policies and Practices||3|
|CRIM 517||Research Practicum in Justice Policy and Practice||3|
|Select three courses from the following:||9|
|Justice Organizations and Processes|
|Policing in a Democratic Society|
|The Constitution, Criminal Procedure, and Security|
|Law and Social Control|
|Conduct of Justice Organizations at the Street Level|
|Politics of Crime Policy|
|Crime and Place|