Charleston Southern University's criminal justice department invites you to our next open house on:
The field of criminal justice is quickly becoming a profession that requires a graduate degree. The degree would show you are committed to improving yourself and provide you with specific expertise. Furthermore, obtaining a master’s degree in criminal justice would distinguish you from others in your field, increase your opportunities for promotions and pay increases.
Criminal Justice Chair Gary Metts and CSU faculty will provide an overview of the program and answer any questions you might have. The criminal justice faculty at CSU has more than 175 years combined real-world field experience, ranging from DEA, Military Police, FBI, Sheriff’s Office, CIA, Police Department, DNR, Attorney, Probation and Parole, Augmented US Secret Service, Private Security, Corrections.
Our program is affordable and offers working professionals flexible schedules, in the classroom or online. Learn your own pace, on your own time.
For more information, contact Professor Metts at (843) 863-7330 or email@example.com. To RSVP for our next open house, fill out the short form below.