Master of Criminology & Justice and Master of Business Administration (Online)
Become an agency leader with competitive business skills.
Leading a criminal justice department or agency is a complex job – one that can require advanced knowledge both of your specialized field and of general management principles like finance, human resources, and organizational behavior. By pursuing a master’s degree in both criminology and justice and business administration, you can earn two degrees in less time than it would take to earn them separately—preparing you for complex challenges in a variety of advanced leadership roles. And, through Loyola's 100% online dual-degree program, you’ll be able to schedule your study time around your existing work schedule and build your career on your timeline.
Master of Criminology & Justice and Master of Business Administration Curriculum
Earn two degrees in fewer total credits.
At just 61 total credits, earning both your M.B.A. (40 credits when taken alone) and your master of criminology & justice (30 credits when taken alone) is possible much faster with Loyola's 100% online dual degree program. Our expert faculty have experience in the field, so you can see how what you’re learning applies directly to your workplace.
dual master of criminology & justice and master of business administration
Loyola’s online master of criminology & justice (M.C.J.) and master of business administration (M.B.A.) dual degree consists of 61 credit hours, which includes:
- M.C.J. core courses (30 credit hours)
- M.B.A. core courses (24 credit hours)
- M.B.A. elective (3 credit hours)
- M.B.A. immersion weeks (4 credit hours)
Check out the University Bulletin to view further curriculum information about Loyola's online M.C.J./M.B.A. dual degree and download a program worksheet.
What can you do with a dual master of criminology & justice and M.B.A. degree?
discover your full potential
By earning both your master of criminology & justice and your M.B.A. at Loyola, you’ll build skills you can apply immediately in your workplace and stand apart as you pursue roles like:
- Police Chief
- Agency Director
- Public Policy Advocate
- Emergency Management Director
- Financial Examiner
- Court Administrator
"14th best criminology masters in the nation."
– College Choice