Receive instruction in advanced criminal investigation methods, crime scene management, theory, and technique from instructors who are expert practitioners in the field--all with coursework and scheduling tailored to your needs. You can fit this coursework into your busy lifestyle through online instruction.
Hone your skills and use coursework directly in the field through the MACI program. Whether you aspire to go into management positions, or you want to advance your skills in criminal investigation, your advisor will personally help you tailor the 30-credit program to meet your career goals.
Dual Degree in MACI/MBA
Obtain both a Master of Arts in Criminal Investigation and a Master of Business Administration degree to allow you to include advanced business content in your criminal investigation work. You only need an additional 24 credits in business courses for a total of 54 credits to earn the dual degree.
Integrated BA/MA in Criminal Investigation
If you completed criminal justice coursework at the undergraduate level, you can apply for this five-year program, in which you’ll work to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, then transition directly into obtaining a Master of Arts in Criminal Investigation.
Coursework & Schedule
View the Academic Catalog to further explore the curriculum.
Program Quick Facts
|Upcoming start date||March 11, 2019|
|Estimated program length||
One year full- time
18 months part-time
|Course length||8 weeks|
|Delivery Methods||Online & select electives in-person at Pittsburgh South at Southpointe|
|Cost per credit||$665|
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