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Master of Justice Administration Schedule

Existing Class Schedules

The schedules listed on this page apply to students who began the program prior to January 1, 2012, when the program was a lock-step program with “Program Starts” or “Class” starts. Students entering the program after January 1, 2012 will enter the revised program that allows students to complete in 14 months or two years. The schedules displayed on this page will not apply to students entering the program after January 1, 2012. Students entering the program after January 1, 2012 should view the Master Schedule of Class Offerings and the Course Rotations found under the Schedule/Rotations tab.

The following schedule will apply to MJA Class 20
which begins March 2011 and ends November 2012.

Deadline for admissions file completion - February 28, 2011


Course Name Dates Semester Instructor
JA 5310 CJ Writing 03/27/11-05/14/11 Semester 1 Johns
JA 5320 Law and Justice 05/15/11-06/25/11 Semester 1 Thetford
JA 5330 Admin. of Justice 06/26/11-08/06/11 Semester 1 Schupp
JA 5340 Policing in America 08/07/11-09/17/11 Semester 2 Ortloff
JA 5350 Corrections 09/18/11-10/29/11 Semester 2 Tur-South
JA 5360 Courts 10/30/11-12/17/11 Semester 2 Jayroe
JA 5370 Ethics 12/18/11-02/04/12 Semester 2 Gray
JA 5390 Research Methods 02/05/12-03/17/12 Semester 3 Ford
JA 5380 Comparative CJ 03/18/12-04/28/12 Semester 3 Thetford
JA 5395 Research Project 04/29/12-06/09/12 Semester 3 Ford

 

The following schedule will apply to MJA Class 21
which begins September 2011 and ends Dec
ember 2012.

Deadline for admissions file completion - July 15, 2011.


Course Name Dates Semester Instructor
JA 5310 CJ Writing 09/04/11-10/29/11 Fall 2011 Johns
JA 5320 Law and Justice 10/30/11-12/03/11 Fall 2011 Thetford
Christmas Break 12/04/11-12/31/11
JA 5330 Admin. of Justice 01/01/12-02/11/12 Fall 2011 Schupp
JA 5340 Policing in America 02/12/12-03/24/12 Spring 2012 Harris
JA 5350 Corrections 03/25/12-05/05/12 Spring 2012 Tur-South
JA 5360 Courts 05/06/12-06/16/12 Spring 2012 Jayroe
JA 5370 Ethics 06/17/12-07/28/12 Summer 2010 Gray
JA 5390 Research Methods 07/29/12-09/08/12 Summer 2012 Ford
JA 5380 Comparative CJ 09/09/12-10/27/12 Summer 2012 Thetford
JA 5395 Research Project 10/28/12-12/08/12 Summer 2012 Ford



Master of Justice Administration Textbook Selection


Textbook Author(s) Publisher ISBN Ed.
Course: JA 5310 - CJ Writing
Aspen Handbook for Legal Writers Bouchoux Aspen 9780735568563 2nd (09)
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association   APA 9781433815592 6th (10)
Association of Legal Writing Citation Manual (ALWD)   Aspen 9780735589308 4th (10)
Course: JA 5320 - Law and Justice
Law and Justice, An Introduction to the American Legal System Abadinsky Prentice Hall 0-13-2328631-X 6th (08)
Course: JA 5330 - Admin of Justice
Justice Administration Peak Prentice Hall 9-78-013515437-3 6th (10)
Course: JA 5340 - Policing in America
Policing America: Challenges & Best Practices Peak Prentice Hall 139780135101827 7th (11)
Course: JA 5350 - Corrections
Corrections: An Introduction Seiter Pearson 0-13-50608216

3rd(11)

Course: JA 5360 - Courts
Courts & Criminal Justice in America Seigel, et al. Pearson 978-0-1317-4576-6 1st (11)
Course: JA 5370 - Ethics
Justice, Crime and Ethics Braswell Anderson 978-1-4377-3485-0 7th(11)
Course: JA 5380 - Comparative CJ
International Criminal Justice, Issues in a Global Perspective Rounds Allyn and Bacon 0-205 -2906 7-1 1st (00)
Course: MCJ 5390 - Research Methods
Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Hagan Allyn and Bacon 0-205-44739 2 8th (10)
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