Administration and Justice

Administration and Justice

The Administration and Justice Program is offered at our main campus in Rocklin and provides notable servant leadership by preparing and training students for careers in Public Administration or Criminal Justice. With the accelerated program, students gain a strong foundation in knowledge and skills related to the management and organization of today’s public agencies. This dual-track program allows students to choose a focus in Public Administration for career enhancement in government, community service or public relations or Criminal Justice, which will prepare a student to advance their career in law enforcement, corrections, probation and parole. The program is scheduled for the convenience of working adults and uses a cohort structure. All classes (except Capstone) are seven weeks in length and delivered using a hybrid method, combining the best in technology through online delivery with the relational aspect of a periodic intensive classroom experience. Each class will be launched with a webinar and will conclude with a two-day seminar on the last Friday/Saturday of each class. Students will enroll in 9 to 11 units a semester and can conclude their degree in as short as 19 months (5 semesters).

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