Master of Administration in Justice-Involved Care (MAJIC)

Addressing the complex issues encountered by justice-involved individuals requires compassionate leaders equipped with the critical skills needed to build pathways of success. These students have a rewarding opportunity to connect with some of the brightest minds, transforming cognitive behaviors to positive outcomes. Research has demonstrated that recidivism is reduced by high-quality programming. The Master of Administration in Justice-Involved Care is an innovative online program geared toward students interested in working with justice involved individuals to advance health equity.

Program at a Glance

  • Credits to Graduate: 33-credit hours
  • Program Length: 12 months/1 year
  • GMAT/GRE or Waiver: GMAT/GRE not required
  • Tuition: $950 per credit hour

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Who?

The target audience for this innovative program will possess an undergraduate degree from an accredited college/academic institution. Individuals with degrees in Criminal Justice, Public Health, Business, and Social Work are strongly encouraged to apply. This specialized learner must demonstrate a self-motivated passion to become a change agent that will work with justice-involved individuals and their families. 

What Is MAJIC?

 The Master of Administration in Justice-Involved Care is a 33-credit hour, 1-year degree, online program that is designed to give working professionals the flexibility to pursue advanced training in Justice-Involved Care by offering comprehensive coursework needed for career advancement in leadership.

Potential MAJIC Careers

  • Police Supervisor
  • Correction Officer Supervisor
  • Crime Reduction Manager
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Victim's Rights Advocate
  • Case Manager
  • Prison Warden
  • U.S. Marshall
  • Drug Enforcement

Salary Range: $47,440 - $103, 590 (depending on position and location)

Where?

Online | Anywhere

Why?

Research shows that the rate of incarceration continues to rise exponentially. A lack of support addressing the social and mental needs of offenders contributes to a vicious cycle of reincarceration.The MAJIC program will train students on how to reduce recidivism, promote rehabilitation, encourage restoration, and ensure transformation of justice-involved individuals.

When

Online Course Calendar 2022-2023

 

Start Date 

Finish Date 

Final Grades Posted 

Fall 2022 
(Terms I & II) 

Monday, Aug. 22 

Saturday, October 15 

October 19 

Monday, October 17 

Saturday, Dec. 12 

December 16 

Spring 2023 
(Terms I & II) 

Monday, Jan. 2 

Saturday, Feb. 25 

March 1 

Monday, Feb. 27 

Saturday, April 22 

April 26 

Summer 2023 
(Terms I & II) 

Monday, May 1 

Saturday, June 24 

June 28 

Monday, June 26 

Saturday, Aug. 21 

Aug. 23 

Fall 2023 
(Terms I & II) 

Monday, Aug. 21 

Saturday,Oct. 16 

Oct. 20 

Monday, Oct. 16 

Saturday, Dec. 9 

Dec. 13 

Deadlines

Fall 2023 Cohort

  • Applications open: January 1, 2023
  • Applications close: July 14, 2023
  • Early decision: April 1, 2023
  • Classes begin: August 21, 2023

Interviews will take place on a rolling basis as completed applications are received and reviewed by the admissions committee. *Interviews are not guaranteed.

Scheduled Breaks

  • Winter Break: 12/12/22 - 01/01/23
  • Spring Break: 4/24/23 - 5/1/23

Admissions and Tuition Information

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Curriculum

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