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PhD in Clinical Psychology #fordham #university, #rams, #undergraduate, #graduate, #college, #school, #higher #education, #bachelor,


PhD in Clinical Psychology


The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA). Questions related to the program s accreditation status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:

Recent Achievements

Dr. Keith Cruise is co-principal investigator for a new grant to improve practices and outcomes for youth in the juvenile justice system at risk of negative after-effects from trauma. The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention funded this collaborative effort under the direction of staff at the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice. as well as various state and county level justice departments.

Congratulations to four of our CPDP faculty who have have been awarded six new research grants (5 of which are federally-funded, and 5 multi-year) that total almost $1-million in total direct costs. All of these grants focus on cross-cultural and/or vulnerable, underrepresented minority (URM) populations.

School settings URM youth

Our new research projects add to our CPDP faculty s multi-million dollar research portfolio across numerous faculty. These new projects also bolster our existing strengths in each of our core training areas. As detailed in the last column of the table above, each of the new projects contributes to our training in:

  • Biomedical, Psychosocial, Sociocultural aspects of Clinical Psychology
  • Our rigorous cross-cutting Training Priorities (i.e. Research Methodology, Research Ethics Forensic Issues, Assessment Techniques, and Advanced Analytics)
  • Our four core training settings and the vulnerable populations in these settings (i.e. School, Healthcare, Forensic Mental Health, and Community Engaged Ethics Research; children, adolescents, older adults; and vulnerable and understudied populations such as HIV, refugees, low SES, etc.)

Overview of newly funded research projects

  • Dr. Cruise has two new projects. The first is funded by the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. This project will implement a new screening tool for juvenile justice community diversion centers. The second project is funded by SAMHSA and provides trauma support for youths who are at risk of, or already involved with the juvenile justice system. Both projects focus on Forensic Mental Health Settings vulnerable, low-income URM youth.
  • Dr. Rivera Mindt has a new project funded by the Alzheimer s Association that examines how genetic (APOE 4) and nongenetic (cerebrovascular, sociocultural) risk factors contribute to cognitive neural abnormalities in aging HIV+ Latinas/os. Trainees will collect and analyze data using novel Research Methodologies (i.e. genetics, neuroimaging, sociocultural), and this project incorporates Biomedical and Sociocultural training within a Healthcare setting with vulnerable, low-income URM older adults.
  • Dr. Rosenfeld received support from a Health Disparities/Equities Research Supplement to his NCI-funded R21 grant and contributes to our Research Ethics Forensic Issues training. This project focuses on health disparities by adding a sample of Latina/o cancer patients to an on-going study to validate a new measure of prognostic understanding. This project occurs in a Healthcare setting and involves research with Latina/o cancer patients.
  • Dr. Yip has a new project funded by the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities and contributes to our Sociocultural training. This project adds a sample of Chinese adolescents to a study of ethnic/racial discrimination, sleep disturbance and health to an on-going study exploring the same associations among Black and Hispanic youth funded by the NSF. This project takes place in public School settings and involves ethnically diverse youth.

Associated Faculty

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Home – Royal Academy of Music #ram, #study #music #in #the #heart #of #london


Video: Semyon Bychkov conducts Strauss s Don Juan, January 2016.

Semyon Bychkov, our Klemperer Chair in Conducting, returns here soon to conduct the Academy Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Mahler s powerful Resurrection Symphony at the Royal Festival Hall on 22 June. Book tickets here.

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Five things you may not know about Mahler’s kaleidoscopic reflection on life, redemption and resurrection…

It was announced today that the Royal Academy of Music has been rated Gold in the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) create.

Saxophonist wins prestigious Academy Jazz Prize

Upcoming Events

25.06.2017 12:00. Duke’s Hall

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26.06.2017 10:00 – Wednesday, 28.06.2017. Various venues around the Academy

A remarkable range of events celebrating Academy pianists’ outstanding creativity

26.06.2017 15:00. Various venues around the Academy

Belle Chen and Christina McMaster curate and perform alongside Academy pianists working with multimedia and film.

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School of Psychology: University of Sussex #undergraduate, #psychology, #study, #postgraduate, #masters, #phd, #research


School of Psychology

We offer both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. By choosing Psychology at Sussex you will study in one of the largest psychology departments in the UK. Our research is ranked among the top 10 in the country [REF2014]. You will work alongside renowned researchers and on your own projects to help develop key skills to boost your employment prospects. Throughout your study, our staff will be on hand to offer support and guidance.

Why Psychology at Sussex?

People and Contacts

By choosing Sussex you will be studying at a university ranked in the Top 10 in the UK for Psychology research

The School of Psychology currently holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award

Excellence in Research

  • Our research was ranked seventh in the UK for research impact and 10th overall in the country, in the Research Excellence Framework [REF2014].
  • At Sussex you will be given the chance to work alongside world-renowned researchers.
  • Psychology at Sussex was ranked 10th out of 82 submissions in the Research Excellence Framework 2014 (REF2014).

Excellence in Teaching

  • We have one of the largest psychology departments in the UK and as a result of this, have specialists in every discipline.
  • We have more than 50 teaching faculty, all of whom are actively engaged in research, so whatever your passion for psychology we have the expertise to support you.
  • We offer British Psychological Society (BPS) accredited undergraduate degrees.
  • We offer a range of masters and doctorate degrees.

Excellent league table rankings

We are ranked in the top 20 across all major league tables:

  • 11th in the Complete University Guide 2018.
  • 14th in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.
  • 18th in the Guardian University Guide 2018.

Excellent career prospects

  • We are ranked 1st in the UK for graduate prospects (Guardian University Guide 2018).
  • You will get involved in research and be given the opportunity to take part in some of our research schemes, which will equip you with a range of skills for the work place. These skills include numeracy, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, working to deadlines and independent working.
  • By studying at Sussex you will be given the opportunity to forge links with top employers on our student placements.

School of Psychology internal website

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Public Health #umass, #umass #amherst, #umass #at #amherst, #university #of #massachusetts, #university #of #massachusetts


Public Health Sciences

The Public Health Sciences undergraduate degree program in the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health and Health Sciences is among the most comprehensive programs in New England. Public health faculty members are experts in many pressing public health concerns such as obesity and diabetes prevention, women’s health, global health, aging and healthy living, and environmental health concerns. The Public Health Sciences major prepares students for entry-level public health positions; graduate programs; and medical, physician assistant, and nursing school.

Departments and Programs

In the Spotlight

UMass Amherst has named Public Health Sciences senior Meghan Berry among this year’s 21st Century Leaders. The university honors a group of graduating seniors each year for their exemplary achievement, initiative and leadership.

Sara J. Hickey, a senior majoring in public health, legal studies and French, was honored at the State House during the state Department of Higher Education’s “29 Who Shine” ceremony saluting public campus graduates for their civic and academic achievements.

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Tuesday November 7,2017.

Tuesday February 20,2018.

Fall 2017 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)
GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Friday September 9,2017

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest
Dissertations. October 1, 2017. Theses. October 28, 2017.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Spring 2018 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)

GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Friday February 3, 2018.

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

Dissertations. March 1, 2018. Theses. March 31, 2018.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Summer 2018 Important Dates

Graduation Application (student)

GAPP Form (faculty/advisor)

Submission Deadline Thursday June 22, 2018.

Application, Receipt, and GAPP Form must be received in ADM 200

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Deadline for Review by Office of Graduate Professional Studies

Submit Thesis/Dissertation and all Forms via ProQuest

Dissertations. June 1, 2018. Theses. June 30, 2018.
Last date to upload copy of thesis/dissertation that has been approved by committee and advisor and associated forms to ProQuest site for review.

Thirty Four New Members were inducted in CSU’s Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda, the National Honor Society of Graduate and Professional Students at the Spring Honors Convocation on April 20. Students are eligible if they are leaders in graduate student organizations services and are in the upper 35% of the GPA distribution in their College. President and EdD student LaVonna Williams and Faculty Advisor Dr. Paula Carney inducted new members

Chicago State University School of Graduate Professional Studies holds accreditation from The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) more

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Engineering Online #undergraduate #engineering #online


Engineering Online

Courses Offered Fall 2017

Aerospace Engineering

  • AE 5101 Graduate Seminar
  • AE 5302 Adv Flight Mechanics
  • AE 5304 Adv Mechanics of Materials
  • AE 5305 Dynamic Systems Modeling
  • AE 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • AE 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • AE 5313 Fluid Dynamics
  • AE 5315 Fundamentals of Composites
  • AE 5320 Design Optimization
  • AE 5325 Combustion
  • AE 5327 Computational Aerodynamics I
  • AE 5331 Analytic Methods in Engineering
  • AE 5335 Optimal Control of Dynamic Systems
  • AE 5342 Gas Dynamics
  • AE 5363 Intro to Rotorcraft Analysis
  • AE 5381 Boundary Layers

Civil Engineering

  • CE 3261 Properties Behavior of CE Materials
  • CE 3301 Stochastic Models for CE
  • CE 3302 Transportation Engineering
  • CE 3305 Basic Fluid Mechanics
  • CE 3310 Construction Value Engineering
  • CE 3311 Construction Engineering
  • CE 3334/5321 Principles of Environmental Engineering
  • CE 3341 Structural Analysis
  • CE 3342 Water Resources Engineering
  • CE 3343 Soil Mechanics
  • CE 4311/5337 Urban Transportation Infrastructure Planning
  • CE 4313/5331 Traffic Engineering
  • CE 4321/5364 Foundation Engineering
  • CE 4322/5372 Applications with Geosynthetics
  • CE 4323/5375 Landfill Design
  • CE 4324/5315 Mechanics of Materials II
  • CE 4325/5303 Fundamentals of Finite Element Methods
  • CE 4332/5344 Construction Equipment, Methods Management
  • CE 4337/5362 Portland Cement Concrete Pavements
  • CE 4347 Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 4348/5306 Structural Design In Steel
  • CE 4350/5328 Intro to Air Pollution
  • CE 4351/5318 Physical Unit Processes
  • CE 4354/5358 Intro to Solid Hazardous Waste Management
  • CE 4355/5326 Design of Water Wastewater Treatment Facilities
  • CE 4358/5346 Open Conduit System
  • CE 4360/5308 Design of Structural Masonry
  • CE 4361/5312 Adv Reinforced Concrete Design
  • CE 5300 Topics in Civil Engineering
  • CE 5303/4325 Intro into Finite Elements
  • CE 5306/4348 Structural Steel Design
  • CE 5308/4360 Structural Masonry Design
  • CE 5311 Adv Steel Design I
  • CE 5312/4361 Adv Concrete Design I
  • CE 5315/4324 Adv Mechanics of Materials
  • CE 5318/4351 Physical Chemical Processes I
  • CE 5321/3334 Engineering for Environmental Scientists
  • CE 5326/4355 Water Wastewater Treatment Facilities Design
  • CE 5328/4350 Fundamentals of Air Pollution
  • CE 5331/4313 Traffic Engineering Operations
  • CE 5332 Highway Design
  • CE 5337/4311 Urban Transportation Planning
  • CE 5339 Statistics for Construction
  • CE 5340 Construction Project Acquisition
  • CE 5342 Construction Management
  • CE 5344/4332 Construction Methods: Field Operations
  • CE 5345 Infrastructure Evaluation, Maintenance Renewal
  • CE 5346/4358 Open Channel Flow
  • CE 5350 Risk Management
  • CE 5354 Water Resources Planning
  • CE 5355 Construction Materials
  • CE 5358/4354 Solid Hazardous Waste Management
  • CE 5362/4337 Rigid Pavements
  • CE 5364/4321 Foundation Analysis Design
  • CE 5365 Theoretical Soil Mechanics
  • CE 5370 Experimental Soil Mechanics
  • CE 5372/4322 Geosynthetics
  • CE 5375/4323 Geotechnical Aspects of Landfills
  • CE 5377 Construction Project Management Job Costing
  • CE 5378 Construction Contracts, Specs Admin
  • CE 5379 Construction Cost Estimating
  • CE 5382 Building Construction Project Operations, Codes Sustainability
  • CE 5384 Concrete Bridge Design
  • CE 5386 Construction Planning Scheduling
  • CE 5387 Construction Productivity
  • CE 6309 Traffic Flow Theory
  • CE 6316 Sediment Transport

Computer Science and Engineering

  • CSE 5322 Software Design Patterns

Electrical Engineering

  • EE 5307 Linear Systems Engineering
  • EE 5308 Power System Modeling Analysis
  • EE 5322 Intelligent Control Systems
  • EE 5327 System Identification Estimation
  • EE 5329 Topics in Systems Engineering
  • EE 5344 Intro to MEMS
  • EE 5350 Digital Signal Processing
  • EE 5351 Digital Video Coding
  • EE 5353 Neural Networks
  • EE 5355 Discrete Transforms Their Applications
  • EE 5362 Digital Communications
  • EE 5368 Wireless Communication Systems
  • EE 5380 Principles of Photonics Optical Engineering
  • EE 5381 Foundations in Semiconductors
  • EE 6364 Adv Data Networks
  • EE 6367 Adv Wireless Communications

Industrial Engineering

  • IE 5300 Topics in IE
  • IE 5301 Intro to Operations Research
  • IE 5302 Intro to IE
  • IE 5303 Quality Systems
  • IE 5304 Advanced Engineering Economy
  • IE 5306 Dynamic Optimization
  • IE 5317 Intro to Statistics
  • IE 5318 Applied Regression Analysis
  • IE 5321 Enterprise Analysis Design
  • IE 5329 Production Inventory Control Systems
  • IE 5330 Automation Adv Manufacturing
  • IE 5331 Industrial Ergonomics
  • IE 5339 Product Design, Dev, Producibility Reliability Design
  • IE 5351 Intro to Systems Engineering
  • IE 5353 Systems Architecture Design
  • IE 6302 Facilities Planning Design
  • IE 6306 Engineering Management II
  • IE 6309 Response Surface Methodology Computer Experiments

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME 5101 Graduate Seminar
  • ME 5304 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • ME 5305 Dynamic Systems Modeling
  • ME 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • ME 5310 Finite Element Methods
  • ME 5313 Fluid Dynamics
  • ME 5313 Fluid Dynamics
  • ME 5315 Fundamentals of Composites
  • ME 5316 Thermal Conduction
  • ME 5316 Thermal Conduction
  • ME 5320 Design Optimization
  • ME 5325 Combustion
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods of Engineering
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods of Engineering
  • ME 5331 Analytic Methods of Engineering
  • ME 5335 Optimal Control of Dynamic Systems
  • ME 5342 Gas Dynamics
  • ME 5352 Fundamentals in Electronic Packaging
  • ME 5362 Intro to Micro Nanofluidics
  • ME 5363 Intro to Rotocraft Analysis
  • ME 5381 Boundary Layers
  • ME 5390 Specials Topics in ME
  • ME 5390 Specials Topics in ME

2017 UT Arlington College of Engineering
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Undergraduate Programs #criminal #justice #undergraduate #degree



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Business Management – BA (Hons) – Undergraduate course #business #savings #account

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Business Management – BA (Hons)

Why study this course?

This undergraduate degree equips you with key business skills and in-depth knowledge of all stages of the business management process from economics to human resources, marketing and entrepreneurship. You ll apply the theories you learn to a simulated business environment to help enhance your understanding and give you practical experience.


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More about this course

This course will equip you with the key business skills and knowledge needed to succeed in multinational organisations. We provide an in-depth understanding of all stages of the business management process, from conceptualisation to strategic evaluation.

You ll study a broad range of fields such as economics, marketing, strategy and human resources, and get the chance to apply your theoretical knowledge to real-life, up-to-date case studies. You ll also hear from specialist guest lecturers, visit a variety of organisations and participate in online business simulations throughout your course. The University s business incubator, Accelerator. will prove an invaluable resource for flexing your entrepreneurial muscles. You ll have the option to visit the Accelerator facilities and to participate in sessions and competitions.

You ll also have the opportunity to participate in work-based learning as part of your degree. This will give you real-world experience that will set you apart from other graduates when you enter the job market, as well as giving you the chance to put your newfound knowledge to the test.

On completing the course, you ll receive your Business Management BA (Hons) degree and a Level 5 Chartered Management Institute (CMI) diploma.


You ll be assessed through individual reports, business plans, group presentations and seen/unseen exams. Some modules will require you to produce an e-portfolio including real-life investigations and tasks.

The final year dissertation will allow you to utilise all previously learnt knowledge and apply it to a self-designed research study within the subject area. Throughout your study, you ll have one-to-one support from your supervisor.

Professional accreditation

You ll gain a Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership on completing this degree.

This course is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), an internationally renowned professional body. While studying on this course you ll gain membership to CMI and will be able access its facilities, attend events, join a mentoring scheme and access over 200,000 live management job postings.

Entry requirements

  • for entry in the 2016-17 academic year: 280 or more UCAS points, including at least 180 from two or more A levels in academic or business subjects
  • for entry in the 2017-18 academic year: a minimum of grades CCC in three A levels in academic or business subjects (or a minimum of 96 UCAS points from an equivalent Level 3 qualification. eg BTEC National, OCR Diploma or Advanced Diploma)
  • English Language and Mathematics GCSE at grade C (grade 4 from 2017) or above (or equivalent)

All applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language. Applicants who require a Tier 4 student visa may need to provide a Secure English Language Test (SELT) such as Academic IELTS. For more information about English qualifications please see our English language requirements .

Extended degree

Applicants who do not fully meet the entry requirements may be eligible to start a Business Management BA extended degree .

Accelerated study

If you have relevant qualifications or credit from a similar course it may be possible to enter this course at an advanced stage rather than beginning in the first year. Please note, advanced entry is only available for September start. See our information for students applying for advanced entry .

Modular structure

If you re studying full-time, each year (level) is worth 120 credits.

Year 1 modules include:

  • Understanding Business Information
  • The Corporate Environment
  • Business and Enterprise
  • Fundamentals of Management

Year 2 modules include:

  • Business Research and Decision Making
  • Leading Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Serving Customers in Global Markets
  • The Regulation of Business Creations (optional)
  • The European Economy (optional)
  • Organisation Design and Management (optional)
  • People Management and Performance in Contemporary Organisations (optional)
  • Brand Management (optional)
  • Managing and Leading Responsibly (optional)
  • Essential Psychology for Managers (optional)
  • Learning through Work (optional)
  • Work-Related Development 1 (optional)

Year 3 modules include:

  • Managing within a Global Regulatory Framework
  • Strategy: Choices and Change
  • Management Investigation and Dissertation
  • Project Management (optional)
  • Economics of Multinational Business (optional)
  • Coaching and Mentoring (optional)
  • Entrepreneurial Survival (optional)
  • Managing Corporate Reputation (optional)
  • Open Language Programme Module (optional)

What our students say

The quality of teaching is amazing, the modules are intellectually stimulating and the environment is so welcoming!

Lecturers are really engaged and create a good environment in the classes. There is a very good mix of practical and theory in the course.

National Student Survey 2015 comments from London Met students studying management courses

After the course

This course will give you the skills you need to pursue a career as an entrepreneur or to work in business management as part of a national or multinational organisation. Previous graduates have gone on to work at organisations such as Coca-Cola, the Royal Bank of Scotland and even London Metropolitan University.

The knowledge base, transferable skills and hands-on work experience you ll gain throughout the course will place you in an advantageous position once you enter the job market.

This course is also excellent preparation for postgraduate study or a graduate training scheme.

Collaborative and international links

You ll have the opportunity to study abroad for one semester, which will boost your CV and give you a fantastic experience. We have links with a number of universities in Europe, Japan and the USA.

Moving to one campus

Between 2016 and 2020 we re investing 125 million in the London Metropolitan University campus, moving all of our activity to our current Holloway campus in Islington, north London. This will mean the teaching location of some courses will change over time.

Whether you will be affected will depend on the duration of your course, when you start and your mode of study. The earliest moves affecting new students will be in September 2017. This may mean you begin your course at one location, but over the duration of the course you are relocated to one of our other campuses. Our intention is that no full-time student will change campus more than once during a course of typical duration.

All students will benefit from our move to one campus, which will allow us to develop state-of-the-art facilities, flexible teaching areas and stunning social spaces.

Additional costs

Please note, in addition to the tuition fee there may be additional costs for things like equipment, materials, printing, textbooks, trips or professional body fees.

Additionally, there may be other activities that are not formally part of your course and not required to complete your course, but which you may find helpful (for example, optional field trips). The costs of these are additional to your tuition fee and the fees set out above and will be notified when the activity is being arranged.

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UNT Graduate Studies

Criminal Justice

Master’s Degree Program

Graduate opportunities

A Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Texas improves your ability to take informed and thoughtful actions as a scholar, administrator, researcher, police officer, probation officer or caseworker in the criminal justice system.

This is accomplished through an exceptional curriculum that provides you with an understanding of the nature and scope of problems posed by crime and the operation and administration of the criminal justice system. You�ll examine these areas from theoretical, practical and empirical perspectives.

You can pursue your degree as part of a campus-based program or entirely online, allowing you to take advantage of your particular learning style and better balance your work, personal and academic obligations. The campus-based program features thesis and non-thesis options. Our programs also offer:

  • Opportunities to participate in research under a faculty member�s direction
  • Prospects for earning academic credit through an internship
  • Specialized electives so you can tailor your degree to your professional and personal goals
  • Study abroad opportunities

Outstanding faculty and student services

Faculty members have a diverse range of educational and professional backgrounds. In addition to teaching courses, they assist the Department of Criminal Justice in applied research projects, program evaluation studies and scholarly research. Some of their current research focuses on:

  • Capital punishment
  • Homeland security
  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Police operations and tactics
  • Prison violence
  • Victimization
  • White collar crime

UNT provides a wide variety of services exclusively to graduate students. The Graduate Student Writing Support office can help you with writing, and the Office of Research Consulting offers assistance with statistical research.

The Toulouse Graduate School offers several professional development workshops, including a Thesis Boot Camp. Many of the workshops are available online for your convenience.

Attending UNT

Admission requirements

The department maintains different admission requirements for the campus-based and online programs, which provide separate focus areas. The concentration of the campus-based program is in Theory and Research, while the concentration for the online program is in Justice Policy and Administration. For both, you�ll need to meet the admission requirements for the graduate school. The additional requirements for each program are outlined below.

Campus-based program (Concentration in Theory and Research):

  • Completed application on file with the graduate school
  • Verbal reasoning and analytical writing GRE scores on file with the graduate school
  • Personal statement
  • Transcripts on file with the graduate school with a minimum overall 3.0 GPA on undergraduate work

Online program (Concentration in Justice Policy and Administration):

  • Completed application on file with the graduate school
  • Transcripts on file with the graduate school
  • Personal statement
  • Two letters of recommendation (academic or professional) referencing your ability to perform graduate work

The personal statement should explain your career goals, reasons for pursuing a master�s degree, previous experience in criminal justice and research, and any personal background information relevant to the admission decision.

Adam Trahan
University of North Texas
Department of Criminal Justice
1155 Union Circle #305130
Denton, Texas 76203-5017

All application materials must be received by Aug. 1 for fall admission or Dec. 1 for spring admission. New students aren�t admitted for the summer semesters.

Degree requirements

Campus-based program (Concentration in Theory and Research)

  • 15 credit hours of required core courses
  • 15 credit hours of electives
  • 6 credit hours of thesis
  • 15 credit hours of required core courses
  • 21 credit hours of electives
  • Completion of comprehensive exams

Online program (Justice Policy and Administration)

  • 12 credit hours of required core courses
  • 24 credit hours of electives

Financial assistance

You can apply for financial assistance from national, state, university and departmental resources. The department offers the Tory J. Caeti Memorial Scholarship, which helps cover expenses for one academic year.

The department also offers several graduate and teaching assistantships. The department Teaching Assistantship features a stipend of $16,746 per year and partial tuition waiver. This award is competitive, with a limited number of positions available. The department also offers Graduate Student Assistantships, which receive compensation of $17 per hour for up to 25 hours per week.

Graduate faculty and areas of research

Scott H. Belshaw. Associate Professor; Ph.D. Prairie View A criminal justice ethics; criminal law; sentencing; capital punishment; private security and investigations.

Jessica Craig. Assistant Professor; Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas. Criminological theory; life course and developmental criminology; white collar crime; juvenile delinquency.

Eric J. Fritsch. Professor and Department Chair; Ph.D. Sam Houston State University. Juvenile justice policy; gangs and intervention strategies; evaluation research; organizational assessment; policing; legal issues in criminal justice; research methods; violent juvenile delinquency.

Peter Johnstone. Professor; Ph.D. London Guildhall University (United Kingdom). Criminal law; money laundering; white collar crime; policing; comparative justice systems; study abroad.

Brooke Miller. Assistant Professor; Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas. Computer crime; victimization; criminological theories; cyber offending and victimization.

Mark Saber. Lecturer; Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas. Firearm ownership; protective gun ownership; criminology theory.

Peggy M. Tobolowsky. Professor; J.D. George Washington University. Criminal law and procedure; crime victim issues; capital punishment.

Adam Trahan. Associate Professor; Ph.D. Indiana University. Capital punishment; jury behavior; organized and white collar crime; organizational culture and deviance; criminological and sociolegal theory.

Chad R. Trulson. Professor; Ph.D. Sam Houston State University. Juvenile delinquency and justice; federal court intervention and prison violence; race relations in prison; capital punishment.

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University of North Texas
Department of Criminal Justice

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