Walden University

Master of Science in Criminal Justice - Terrorism, Mediation, and Peace

Walden’s MS in Criminal Justice program prepares you to step forward into leadership roles—and make an even greater impact in the evolving landscape of domestic and international crime.

Explore trends. Protect lives. Impact the future of the criminal justice system. Are you looking to transition to a more senior position—or a second career—in the criminal justice field? Walden’s MS in Criminal Justice program is designed to give you a competitive edge while empowering you to influence positive, meaningful change in your organization and community. In this program, you can:

- Gain skills that you can apply immediately on the job through media-rich coursework that integrates current events through innovative technology.

- Learn from distinguished faculty, including Dr. Jessie Lee, former executive director of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE).

- Focus your studies on what interests you most by choosing one of eight highly relevant and in-demand specializations.

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