Judicial Administration Online Credit Certificate Program


MSU's School of Criminal Justice offers the Judicial Administration Certificate Program, which consists of twelve graduate credits. In addition to the subject matter addressed in the noncredit certificate, the credit-bearing certificate also includes multi-disciplinary theories, methods, and practices applied to judicial system operations, mandates, problems, and challenges experienced by courts operating in complex and diversified societies.


The certificate program is ideal for individuals with a bachelor's degree who are interested in earning a master's degree, such as the Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Judicial Administration Specialization.


MSU's School of Criminal Justice; Local, state, and federal court systems; Professional court-related associations; Judicial branch education organizations; and MSU schools and departments (College of Social Science, MSU School of Law, School of Criminal Justice, School of Labor and Industrial Relations, and Department of Political Science.)

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