Dr. Elaine Gunnison
Graduate Program Director
Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott
Graduate Admission Counselor
L. Devin MacKrell
Administrative Assistant for Graduate Program
Information sessions for the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice program are held monthly on the 1st Thursday of every month (Oct-March) 6:00-7:30 PM.
Late applications are being accepted on a rolling case-by-case basis. Applications for non-matriculated students are accepted quarterly.
Note: Students interested in a joint MACJ/JD degree are required to be admitted separately to both the School of Law and the Criminal Justice Department in the College of Arts and Sciences. Consult the Graduate Bulletin for the specific admissions requirements for each school. Current students interested in the joint degree option must apply for the other program during the fall term of their first year of study.
Applications for the College of Arts and Sciences' graduate programs are available online.
Additional application information required for the Masters in Criminal Justice Program.
TO APPLY contact Seattle University Graduate Admissions.
*Please note: There has been some confusion regarding the general graduate program application pertaining to the recommendations requirement. Please ignore the "Recommendation Forms." The MACJ program application requires three standard letters of recommendation that should be submitted to the Office of Graduate Admission. If you have additional questions on this matter, please contact Seattle University Graduate Admissions.*