Dr. Elaine Gunnison
Graduate Program Director
Dr. Jacqueline Helfgott
Graduate Admission Counselor
L. Devin MacKrell
Administrative Assistant for Graduate Program
The MACJ/JD Joint Degree Program allows students to choose
whether their first year of study is spent in the Department of
Criminal Justice at the College of Arts and Sciences or in the
School of Law. The second year is spent in the other school. The
last two years are mixed, allowing students to take courses in both
the MACJ and Law School.
Students are required to be admitted separately to both the
School of Law and the Criminal Justice Department in the College of
Arts and Sciences, and should 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.
For additional information about the JD degree program, please contact the
Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the School of Law.
Please contact the Graduate Director in the Criminal Justice
Department for more information about the Masters in Criminal Justice Program.
School of Law
Seattle University Office of
901 12th Avenue
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
Fax: (206) 398.4058 E-mail: email@example.com
Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Seattle University School of Law
(206) 398.4307 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seattle University Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ) is one of only eight programs in the United States to be certified by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and the only one west of the Rockies.Our MACJ program is an interdisciplinary program offering a comprehensive, rigorous, analytic study of crime and the societal responses to it. The MACJ/JD joint degree program provides students the opportunity to obtain both the Masters in Criminal Justice and JD degrees in only 4 years.The Certificate in Crime Analysis (CACP) is a 1-year online program designed to meet the growing demand for criminal justice professionals with applied quantitative and analytic skills. Our students goon to successful careers in all sectors of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, courts, corrections, social service, policy, crime analysis and research.
INFO SESSIONS ON THE SU CAMPUS
INFO SESSION AT UW-TACOMA
INFO SESSION AT UW-SEATTLE
INFO SESSION AT SU School of Law
GRADUATE OPEN HOUSE ON THE SU CAMPUS
Information sessions are held every month from October to March. Meet with faculty, alumni, and staff to learn more about opportunities in the criminal justice field.
Scholarships available.MACJ applications priority deadline March 15, 2016CACP applications accepted throughout the year