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An online class is delivered 100% electronically using the internet or other computer-based methods. The teaching is conducted from a remote location through an online course learning management system or other online or electronic tools. Students have access to the teacher and classmates synchronously, asynchronously, or both. Online classes typically are term-based, but some may be offered in a self-paced format.
The Master of Criminal Justice program explores all aspects of crime and criminal behavior by relying on interdisciplinary study within the fields of sociology, psychology, economics, political science, statistics, anthropology, law and policy. Students develop focal areas in emergency management, homeland security, victimology, crime analysis, gender-based violence, corrections, courts, and enforcement through course work, applied research and field experiences.
If you want to apply for a CU Denver program whether online, on campus or both, you simply apply the same way to CU Denver. Each school and college has their own entrance requirements (GMAT scores, portfolios, etc) to evaluate your potential for academic success. Graduate and health program applicants will need to inquire with the program for application deadlines.
Each program has specific degree requirements. You can review the department program page for details on degree and admission requirements, and application deadlines. Please direct any inquiries directly to the program you wish to apply to.
The University of Colorado must be authorized, exempted, or licensed by each state to offer its online programs to non-Colorado resident students. Below is a list of states with restrictions on enrollment and activity. Students living in these states cannot enroll in any online course, program, certificate, or degree offered:
Students living in the following states must contact a program advisor before enrolling in the program: