ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (M.S.)

Program Overview

The graduate program is designed to advance students’ understanding of justice in the contemporary era, and prepares them for challenges in law enforcement, corrections, and judicial administration. The program will prepare academicians, policy makers, top administrators and researchers by advancing their knowledge of theory, research and data analysis. In addition, the program places emphasis on the historical and contemporary issues in administrative and policy matters, including race and crime, homeland security, and the application of geographic information systems. In order to accommodate the needs of our professional graduate students, the Department of Administration of Justice offers its courses in the evening.

 

For further information, please contact:

DR. JASMINE M. DRAKE, Ph.D.

Graduate Program Director & Assistant Professor
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS BLDG SUITE 402L
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713-313-7312
Departments: Administration of Justice

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Admission Criteria

Students with an interest in pursuing a Master of Science degree in Administration of Justice must meet the admission requirements of the TSU Graduate School. An application for admission to the Graduate School must be completed and is processed through the TSU Graduate School. Completed applications are referred to the School of Public Affairs for an acceptance decision by the Graduate Admissions Committee in the MSAJ program. Decisions of the MSAJ Graduate Admissions Committee are referred to the Dean of the Graduate School.

Students must also submit the following to the Graduate School:

1. An application

2. A typed 250-300 word statement of their interest in administration of justice, their goals and objectives.

3. Three letters of recommendation.

4. Two copies of official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate institutions attended.

5. Evidence of proficiency in the use of the English language.

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Students must also submit the following to the Graduate School:

  1. A typed 250-300 word statement of their interest in administration of justice
  2. Three letters of recommendation.
  3. Two copies of official transcripts from undergraduate/graduate institutions attended.
  4. Evidence of proficiency in the use of the English language.
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In addition, International Students must submit the following information:

  1. Affidavit of Support
  2. Transcript Evaluation
  3. TOEFL = 79 or IELTS (iBT) = 6.0 (if not from an English speaking country)
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