Combined B.A./M.A. in Criminal Justice
Advanced undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a master's degree in criminal justice at Rutgers-Camden can apply to take graduate courses during their senior year. Students accepted in the program may take one graduate course per semester during their senior year at Rutgers. Credits earned in those two courses can be double-counted toward both the bachelor of arts (B.A.) and the master of arts (M.A.) degrees, giving participants a head start on their graduate studies.
Applicants must have at least a 3.5 overall GPA. Students who wish to apply for this program should contact the director of the graduate program in criminal justice at Rutgers-Camden for additional information.
Five-Year B.A./M.A. in Criminal Justice
Students may earn both their bachelor's and master's degree in five years under this program. Applicants who are admitted prior to their first year should have a high school GPA of 3.5 and a combined critical reading and math SAT score of 1200. Applicants who are admitted at the end of their first year must have completed 30 credits and have maintained a 3.0 GPA. Successful applicants must maintain a minimum overall 3.0 GPA throughout the program. More information on this program, including course-sequencing options, is available from the director of the graduate program in criminal justice.