Announcing the "NEW" Accelerated M.S. degree in Criminal Justice...
The Accelerated M.S. degree program in Criminal Justice is designed to allow undergraduate students to earn graduate hours in Criminal Justice during their Senior year. Students will be allowed to earn up to 9 hours that can be applied to both their undergraduate degree and their graduate degree in Criminal Justice.
Students in the Accelerated M.S. program in Criminal Justice may only apply their graduate credits earned as an undergraduate at UofL toward the degree program.
Applicants must provide the following to be considered for admission to the Accelerated M.S. program: GRE score (292 is the minimum requirement) and 3.0 GPA at the time of application.
Students must apply during the first or second semester of the Junior year (usually when they have earned between 70-80 hours) by submitting the folowing to the Graduate Admissions Office:
For more information, go to http://louisville.edu/justice/accelerated-m-s-in-criminal-justice or contact