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Fisher College, consistently at the forefront of meeting the educational demands of students, is proud to begin offering a Master of Science in Criminal Justice in January, 2020. This new and innovative program is offered 100% online, on your time, and prepares future law enforcement leaders by providing the foundation needed to improve the ability to take action – as a police or correctional officer and more.

Master of Science Criminal Justice Advisory Board

Institute Meets the Needs of Future Public Safety Leadership

Fisher College, consistently at the forefront of meeting the educational demands of students, is proud to begin offering a Master of Science in Criminal Justice in January, 2020. This new and innovative program is offered 100% online, on your time, and prepares future law enforcement leaders by providing the foundation needed to improve the ability to take action – as a police or correctional officer and more.


Students do not need to have a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or work experience in the criminal justice system to gain admission or succeed in the program. This program is for criminal justice professionals and aspiring criminal justice professionals alike.


“What separates our program from the rest is leadership,” says Peter Cassino, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Fisher. “The curriculum is reviewed by an advisory board made up of local thought leaders and game changers in the criminal justice world. Our students will be prepared to take on the ever-increasing challenges presented in their careers.”


The Advisory Board includes Sherry Belanger, Fisher College Police Lieutenant; Bob Boomhower, Retired Norfolk County House of Corrections Assistant Deputy Superintendent; Terence Delehanty, Winthrop Police Chief; Steven DeMarco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department Deputy Chief; Dic Donohue, UMass Lowell Instructor; Danielle Frane, Norfolk County House of Corrections Classification Officer; Brian Kyes, Chelsea Police Chief; Kurt Power, Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority Transit Police Detective and Charles E. Wilson, Boston Police Superintendent at the Bureau of Intelligence and Analysis. The board reviewed and approved academics are poised to give students the education they need to excel in this industry.  


A Master’s in Criminal Justice from Fisher is more than just an education, it is preparation for your future. Graduates with a Master’s in Criminal Justice earn a highly marketable degree.* Job growth is also expected to scale over 5% - 10% in the next decade.**


Fisher is offering a Police and Public Service Scholarship: Designed for current and aspiring criminal justice professionals: Students receive $100 scholarship on each course they enroll in for an entire program of students. Be on the ground-floor of a new and exciting program that can be completed within five twelve-week terms, on your pace, on your time. Visit www.fisher.edu/MCJ to get started.

 

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