Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice
The Diploma in Criminal Justice is designed for criminal justice and social service professionals who need additional knowledge and skills to advance to higher-level positions in their profession. You can earn the Diploma in Criminal Justice entirely online upon successful completion of five core graduate courses. The courses for the diploma meet the core requirements for the Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice for students who want to continue and earn the degree. All courses must be taken under the direction of University of Wisconsin-Platteville faculty. Transferred courses and course substitutions are not allowed.
|CRIMLJUS 7030 Criminal Justice Systems||3 cr.|
|CRIMLJUS 7130 Criminal Justice Research and Statistical Methods||3 cr.|
|CRIMLJUS 7230 Criminological Theory||3 cr.|
|CRIMLJUS 7330 Law as Social Control||3 cr.|
|CRIMLJUS 7920 Seminar Research Paper||3 cr.|
To obtain a graduate diploma, students must
- Complete the graduate diploma program with a minimum GPA of 3.00.
- Request a graduate diploma from the Distance Learning Center within one year of course completion.
To receive your diploma, contact the Distance Learning Center when you complete the required courses.
For more information, contact:
Distance Learning Center
800.362.5460 or 608.342.1468
Cheryl Banachowski-Fuller, PhD
Master of Science in Criminal Justice Program Director
Department of Criminal Justice
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818