MACJ Information Sessions

The Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice

Why Simpson’s MACJ?  Because Simpson’s master’s of arts degree in criminal justice is designed to meet the educational needs of professionals currently working within the criminal justice arena, in both public and private sectors, while providing an enhanced opportunity for career-changers or those seeking to gain entry into criminal justice or social services careers.

Students enrolled in Simpson’s MACJ program will develop a greater understanding of the criminal and juvenile justice processes, the causes and conditions that contribute to criminal behavior, the relevant issues in law enforcement, the courts, and correctional processes. Social justice, fairness, and integrity in one’s professional responses to others are integral to the overall mission of Simpson College and are consistent themes in MACJ course work.

Upcoming sessions: 

 

Tues, Dec. 13th, 2016  at  6pm at Simpson in Ankeny

Tues, Jan. 10th, 2017 at 7pm at Simpson in Ankeny

Please contact MACJ Director Dr. Samantha O’Hara to register to attending of these informational session: samantha.ohara@simpson.edu