How To Apply (Step By Step)
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The purpose of the Masters of Criminology & Criminal Justice program is to provide graduate level learning opportunities to students interested in advancing their knowledge in the areas of criminological theory and administrative theory as applied to the criminal justice system. Students may advance their skills and knowledge in research in applied aspects of criminology and criminal justice. With guidance from faculty, students may select courses from an array of electives to satisfy their academic and career goals.
Applying for the Masters of Criminology & Criminal Justice degree consists of 4 simple steps:
- Completing the Graduate Application through the Graduate College website
- Sending all official transcripts to the Graduate College
- Submitting application materials to Dr. Santos by email
- Stay in touch with us
If you are considering applying to FAU, we recommend reading through each of the steps, and the detailed explanation of each step before starting with the application process.
Once you have been accepted for admission into the university, it is strongly recommended that you contact your academic advisor and faculty advisor to assist you before you register for classes. Contacts for this program can be found below.
Step 1: Complete the Application
Click here to complete and submit your online application.
Step 2: Send Your Transcripts
Request that one official transcript from the Registrar of each college or university you have attended (except FAU) be sent directly to the Graduate College. This can be done electronically or by mail.
FAU Graduate College
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Boca Raton, FL 33431
If you are an international student, please refer to this website http://www.fau.edu/graduate/applyonline/international/index.php or contact the Graduate College (561) 297-3624.
Step 3: Submit Materials
Each applicant should submit the following three documents through email to Dr. Santos email@example.com:
- A personal statement explaining the potential student’s interest in the program and reasons for applying.
- An academic writing sample (e.g., an original research paper or a literature review between 5 and 20 pages)
- A current resume.
The GRE is NOT required for admission; however, if a student does not have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 hours of work attempted at the undergraduate level, the applicant can submit his/her score on the Graduate Record Exam to be considered (only GRE scores from within the last 5 years will be accepted). A GRE score of over 300 may help the applicant's prospects for acceptance.
Step 4: Stay In Touch With Us
- 1. Complete online application by appropriate due date (e.g., July 1st for Fall semester; November 1st for Spring semester; and April 1st for Summer semester).
- 2. Submit transcripts to the Graduate College.
- 3. Email Dr. Santos letter of interest, resume, and writing sample.
Staying in contact with the Admissions Office will help us serve your needs throughout the application and enrollment process.
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us:
Main telephone number: (561) 297-3040
Fax number: (561) 297-2758
For any questions regarding the Masters of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice degree program, please contact Melissa Mancao (email@example.com) - Academic Advisor, at 561-297-2316 or Dr. Rachel Boba Santos - Program Coordinator, at (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may also request more information by filling out the form found here. Someone will contact you within 48 hours.
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