Criminal Justice Studies Announcements
The University of North Dakota is now offering their Ph.D. Criminal Justice courses via interactive television on the SCSU campus. If you wish further information, please contact Dr. Michael Meyer at:
His phone number is 701. 777.4181.
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND
Doctor of Philosophy
Drawing on a broad array of multi-disciplinary resources, the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of North Dakota in partnership with the Department of Criminal Justice at Minot State University offers a graduate program of study leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice. The program is designed to prepare students for academic teaching and research, research in government and non-profit agencies, and higher-level administrative positions in criminal justice agencies.
The program retains a traditional core of theory, research methods/statistics, and study of national and international issues in the administration of criminal justice. The program places special emphasis on the operation and administration of criminal justice agencies and systems in rural and/or American Indian tribal jurisdictions. The program also offers a specialized program of study for individuals holding a Juris Doctorate and wishing to meet educational requirements for teaching and research positions in criminal justice higher education programs.