The combined Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Criminal Justice and Sociology will allow you to develop these valuable skills and complete both degrees in just five years of full-time study.
To understand the complex and increasingly global nature of crime and criminal organizations, law enforcement agencies look to hire highly-trained professionals with advanced research and analytical skills. The combined Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Criminal Justice and Sociology will allow you to develop these valuable skills and complete both degrees in just five years of full-time study.
While still working toward your undergraduate Criminal Justice degree, you’ll enroll in four approved graduate courses in Sociology. These courses will still apply to your bachelor’s degree if for any reason you do not wish to continue at the master’s level after four years.
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Please see the requirement chart for the academic progression criteria in this combined degree program.
Current St. John’s University undergraduates interested in applying to a combined degree program or pathway should consult the appropriate Director of Graduate Studies and their undergraduate academic Dean.
In the B.S./M.A. program in Criminal Justice and Sociology, you learn both the structure and practices of the criminal justice system and how to collect, analyze, dual interpret data related to crime patterns, causes, and solutions. Your combined studies will allow you to have an impact on global and local crime rates, as well as practices within the criminal justice system related to the treatment of offenders. The knowledge and skills you’ll gain through the program will allow you to advance in careers related to law enforcement, computer crime, international crime, organized crime, social justice, and the legal system.
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As a student in the J.D./LL.M. joint degree program, you complete both your J.D. degree and your LL.M. degree in Bankruptcy or Real Estate in as little as seven semesters.
Accelerate your path to law by pursuing a combined B.A./J.D. program.
The dual Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctor program permits you to enter the St. John’s University School of Law before completing your bachelor’s degree and to complete your academic training in six years, earning an undergraduate degree from the College of Professional Studies and a Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s Law.
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The Business Law minor encompasses all the laws that dictate how to form and run a business. The minor deals with the collection of legal requirements around forming, operating, dissolving, and engaging with a business. The Business Law minor also includes state and federal laws, as well as administrative regulations.
This program prepares students for career opportunities in the criminal justice field.
The M.A. in Criminology and Justice at St. John's offers a rigorous academic foundation in criminology and the skills to analyze crime-related data and research.
In this interdisciplinary program, you will be trained in court-related skills and techniques, including how to be an effective expert witness.
This program is designed to educate students on current leadership skills and trends in Homeland Security and Law Enforcement.
The Homeland Security Program focuses on the protection of the nation’s critical infrastructure and populace from terrorism, criminal acts, and natural disasters.
This innovative 78-credit program is designed to qualify candidates to fill mid- to high-level executive positions in government, law enforcement, the public and private security industries, nongovernmental organizations, and academia.
A nationally respected faculty, congenial, diverse and talented students and a powerful network of successful alumni.
The minor in business law provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to deal with the legalities of running a business and to recognize the body of law that governs business and commerce.
The B.S./M.A. program in Legal Studies and Sociology allows qualified students to simultaneously work toward the completion of a B.S. degree in Legal Studies and an M.A. degree in Sociology.
The legal studies minor is appropriate for students who aspire to go to law school and is appropriate for students who aspire to work in the legal profession as paralegals. Students who complete the legal studies minor are given a paralegal certificate.
Legal studies teaches foundational skills in the practice of law.
The AS/LLB allows students to complete two legal degrees in four years, one in New York and one in London.
Located in Queens, New York, one of the most diverse places in the world and one of the five boroughs of New York City, the global epicenter of real estate development, investment, and finance, St. John’s provides the perfect launching pad for a career in real estate law.
Why earn a Transnational Legal Practice LL.M. at St. John's Law? The Transnational Legal Practice LL.M. degree is a great choice for internationally-trained lawyers and law students who plan to work in cross-border/transnational contexts, whether in the U.S or another country.
The LL.M. in U.S. Legal Studies is designed for one purpose: to prepare internationally-trained attorneys to pass the New York Bar Exam and gain admission to practice law in this unrivaled jurisdiction.
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