Master of Administration in Justice-Involved Care (MAJIC)
Addressing the complex issues encountered by justice-involved individuals requires compassionate leaders equipped with the critical skills needed to build pathways of success. These students have a rewarding opportunity to connect with some of the brightest minds, transforming cognitive behaviors to positive outcomes. Research has demonstrated that recidivism is reduced by high-quality programming. The Master of Administration in Justice-Involved Care is an innovative online program geared toward students interested in working with justice involved individuals to advance health equity.
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Who Should Apply?
The target audience for this innovative program will possess an undergraduate degree from an accredited college/academic institution. Individuals with degrees in Criminal Justice, Public Health, Business, and Social Work are strongly encouraged to apply. This specialized learner must demonstrate a self-motivated passion to become a change agent that will work with justice-involved individuals and their families.
What is MAJIC?
Master of administration in Justice-Involved Care is a 33-credit hour, 1-year degree, online program that is designed to give working professionals the flexibility to pursue advanced training in Justice-Involved Care by offering comprehensive coursework needed for career advancement in leadership. The MAJIC program consists of 33-credit hours focusing on incarcerated care and public policy. The curriculum ensures that all degree recipients are proficient in the community-focused work that undergirds the MSM health equity social mission. Additional requirements of the MAJIC program consist of an 80-hour virtual practicum coupled with an integrated learning experience. These requirements ensure that students have the practical, research, communication and professional skills necessary to become leaders in the correctional health profession.
Where Do Classes Take Place?
Online | Anywhere
Why Should You Apply?
Research shows that the rate of incarceration continues to rise exponentially. A lack of support addressing the social and mental needs of offenders contributes to a vicious cycle of reincarceration.The MAJIC program will train students on how to reduce recidivism, promote rehabilitation, encourage restoration, and ensure transformation of justice-involved individuals.
· Police Supervisor
· Correction Officer Supervisor
· Crime Reduction Manager
· Adjunct Professor
· Victim's Rights Advocate
· Case Manager
· Prison Warden
· U.S. Marshall
* Salaries Range From $47,500-$103,590
When Do Classes Start?
Online Course Calendar 2022-2023
Final Grades Posted
|Monday, Aug. 22||Saturday, October 15||October 19|
|Monday, October 17||Saturday, Dec. 12||December 16|
|Monday, Jan. 2||Saturday, Feb. 25||March 1|
|Monday, Feb. 27||Saturday, April 22||April 26|
|Monday, May 1||Saturday, June 24||June 28|
|Monday, June 26||Saturday, Aug. 21||Aug. 23|
|Monday, Aug. 21||Saturday, Oct. 16||Oct. 20|
|Monday, Oct. 16||Saturday, Dec. 9||Dec. 13|
Fall 2022 Cohort
- Applications open: November 1, 2021
- Applications close: July 16, 2022
- Classes begin: August 22, 2022
Interviews will take place on a rolling basis as completed applications are received and reviewed by the admissions committee. *Interviews are not guaranteed.
- Winter Break: 12/12/22 - 01/01/23
- Spring Break: 4/24/23 - 5/1/23
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