Psychology BS / Criminal Justice MS

Career and Academic Opportunities

Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and the Master of Science in Criminal Justice may choose to go on for additional graduate studies such as doctoral programs in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law School, Sociology, Public Policy, Public Administration, Conflict Management, and Forensic Psychology.

Sample Academic Plan

Suggested Timeline

We suggest majors declare the Double Owl Pathway at the beginning of their Junior year or upon reaching 60 credit hours.

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    • 3.25 KSU GPA
    • 60 hours toward the bachelors degree
    • 30 hours at KSU
    • CRJU 7702 to count for Upper-Division Elective (2 of 4)
    • CRJU 7706 to count for Upper-Division Elective (2 of 4)
    • CRJU 7703 or CRJU 7704 or CRJU 7705 to count for Upper-Division Elective (2 of 4)
  • For current admission requirements please click here

    • Undergraduate Degree
      • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
    • Department / College
      • Department of Psychological Science / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Advising Contact
      • Corinne McNamara, Department Chair
      • cmcnama4@kennesaw.edu
      • 470-578-6225
      • Social Science Building, Room 4034
    • Graduate Degree
      • Master of Science in Criminal Justice
    • Department / College
      • Sociology and Criminal Justice / College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Advising Contact
      • Dr. Christopher Totten, Graduate Program Director
      • ctotten@kennesaw.edu
      • 470-578-4413
      • Rm. 4069, Social Science Bldg.
  • Complete the online application here to apply.

    The undergraduate and graduate programs will review your academic record.

    You will receive an email to your KSU student email account with the decision.

 

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