Criminal Justice Leadership
Preparing tomorrow’s leaders in criminal justice.
Providing a sense of security to families, organizations and communities is as important and fulfilling a professional pursuit as you’re likely to find. And becoming a leader in the field takes the significance of your role to an entirely new level. Marian’s Master of Science program in Criminal Justice Leadership will position you to advance your career and be a trusted, respected leader.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership will empower you with a heightened skill set in team building, interpersonal communication, presentations and planning. You’ll think critically and explore how the field intersects social justice and civic responsibility, developing the innovative techniques it takes to lead.
The program meets the needs of working professionals, offering the kind of convenience and flexibility that make it possible for you to earn a graduate degree without sacrificing your job or personal obligations. The program is offered in a unique cohort model, so getting enrolled and progressing through is an efficient and streamlined process.
The Marian Reputation
Marian is recognized by law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin and beyond for producing outstanding graduates and leaders in the field of criminal justice. In fact, we partner with more than a dozen respected law enforcement, corrections and other criminal justice agencies across the state and region who seek Marian graduates because they know they’ll get well-trained individuals who are ready to lead. Earning your Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership at Marian could open the door to a career as a criminologist, criminal profiler, criminal justice instructor, or in upper management and administration. And the U.S. Department of Labor has projected that the demand for private and corporate investigators will grow 22 percent between 2008 and 2018; and law enforcement staff and officials, including supervisors and investigators, will grow between five and 17 percent.