Master of Science, Criminal Justice
Questions concerning enrollment in the program should be directed to Dr. Kathryn Morgan, Department of Justice Sciences. U 238, 1530 3rd Avenue South. Birmingham, Alabama 35294-3350.
International students have additional requirements and are strongly urged to consult the UAB Graduate School before seeking admission to the MS Program. All applications for admission to the MS Program are made through the UAB Graduate School and not to the Department. Application for admission can be made online through the UAB Graduate School website http://www.uab.edu/graduate (UAB, Birmingham, Alabama 35294-1150; telephone 205-934-8227) Admissions will be made for the fall semester.
Students are accepted into the program during the Fall of each year. Students are strongly encouraged to submit their completed application materials to the Graduate School no later than May 1st for Fall admission. A completed application includes the following:
Students who are admitted to the M.S.C.J. program "in good standing" are eligible to receive department-based financial aid in the form of research assistantships or scholarships that are awarded on a competitive basis. Students are typically notified of such awards in early June of each year for the following fall.Other financial resources may be available through the Office of Student Financial Aid.