Prison education, restorative justice, and community corrections programs all begin with education. Perhaps you are thinking of becoming an educator in criminal justice.
As part of Eastern Kentucky University, you can apply for an online Master’s Degree in Adult, Juvenile, and Community Corrections with the College of Justice & Safety.
Preparing for a career in criminal justice requires very specialized courses, and with Eastern Kentucky University Corrections Programs, you will be able to customize your curriculum to fit the needs of your particular field.
Eastern Kentucky University puts students first. We have created a dynamic learning environment where you can thrive. Each member of our team is dedicated to helping you succeed.
- Correctional/Juvenile Justice Leadership and Administration
- Understanding Corrections/Juvenile Justice Institutions
- Law and Ethics in Dealing with Offenders
- Illicit Offenders Networks
The online Master’s program makes it easy and flexible for you to earn your degree. You will work entirely online with the education coming from full-time, tenured Eastern Kentucky University faculty.
The faculty have years of experience in the field and in academia.
The format is delivered via a program called Blackboard which allows the students to interact via discussion boards, chat rooms, and online assignments. In addition, professors produce lectures through video and also offer instructional videos.
Studies have shown that the more incarcerated prisoners are educated and treated humanely, the lower the rates of recidivism. By becoming educated and skilled in criminal justice corrections, you can help with this important aspect of healing prisoners.
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Published Nov 11, 2012 by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA | Last Updated by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA on Aug 6, 2023 at 1:20 pm