Graduate & Professional Programs
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Master of Business Administration
The North Carolina Wesleyan University MBA program is 100% online and consists of 33 credit hours to accommodate those seeking work or who are already working. The one-year program consists of six eight-week sessions, two classes per session and ends with a final capstone course. Expand your career today with a MBA degree from NC Wesleyan University.
Concentrations offered in:
- Executive Leadership
- Information Security
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
A Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) at NCWU educates new practitioners and provides professional education necessary for those seeking career advancement. The degree is designed with concentrations in both criminal justice practice and criminal justice administration. The practice area focuses on understanding specific methods, techniques, and skills utilized in the criminal and juvenile justice systems when interacting with victims, offenders, and other professionals. The administrative area emphasizes the formulation and implementation of policies, laws, and management issues such as decision making, fiscal responsibility, program evaluation and performance evaluation. The MSCJ degree is a pivotal link in the region, as currently no other private higher education non-profit school offers an online MSCJ degree.
Master of Public Health*
NCWU’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program, with a concentration in Physical Activity and Health, is designed to equip graduate students with the knowledge and skills to incorporate physical activity into the core of public health practice in order to improve the health of individuals, communities, and populations. The program is designed to train students as public health professionals, who are able to integrate the health-promoting concepts of physical activity into public health programs, interventions, and policies. Expand your career today with an MPH degree from NC Wesleyan University.