The master of advanced study in criminology, law and society at University of California, Irvine uses a flexible distance learning format. The rigorous curriculum prepares learners for advanced roles in the field. A master's degree can also lead candidates to new careers.
The curriculum emphasizes both practical and theoretical approaches to criminology. Degree candidates can specialize their course of study to prepare for the job market. The program builds on undergraduate training or professional experience in criminology.
Online enrollees work with the program to identify internship opportunities at approved sites in their local communities. Internships and other practicum activities build both hands-on experience and professional connections.
University of California, Irvine at a Glance:
Type of School: Public, 4-year or above
Admission Rate: 27%
Total Online Master's Programs: 1
Program Name: Master of advanced study in criminology, law and society
Graduate Tuition In State: $11,442
Graduate Tuition Out of State: $26,544