1. An undergraduate degree in the proposed area of study or a related area.
2. a. A minimum acceptable overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.00 with a 3.00 GPA minimum on all major and other relevant coursework completed during the applicant’s last 64 undergraduate hours.
b. Applicants may be considered for conditional admission to the program if they have at least three years of successful relevant experience supported by three letters of recommendation from practitioners in the field. In addition, candidates must also be interviewed by the Social Justice and Criminology Graduate Committee to determine eligibility.
3. A satisfactory score on a nationally recognized, standardized test of verbal skills. (e.g., a minimum score of three on the CAAP exam).
4. An official GRE test score to be submitted within the first semester of graduate study.