School of Criminal Justice - Corrections

MUST University offers Criminal Justice degree, diplomas and certificate programs with specialization in Corrections to professionals looking for a flexible, widely recognized and self-paced education. MUST’s Corrections programs will provide you the necessary skills which will help you grow and excel in your field.

All the programs offered by the School of Criminal Justice, with specialization in Corrections, surpass those of other world-class universities in terms of ease & flexibility, affordability, and quality of education. MUST’s Corrections programs, accredited by International Accreditation Organization (IAO), are taught by expert faculty comprising professionals and leading industry experts. These learned individuals have designed a comprehensive 21st century curriculum that focuses on the challenges professionals like you are currently faced with.

Below are the fee structure and the time required to complete Corrections programs at MUST:
  • Degree program fees: $4,500 - $14,400 Time: less than 1 year
  • Diploma program fees: $2,700 - $4,500 Time: less than 5 months
  • Certificate program fees: $499 - $1,800 Time: less than 3 months

About Corrections Major:

Corrections programs offered at MUST University, includes diverse topics like Corrections, Crime and Punishment, Probation and Parole, Correctional Counseling, Research methods in Corrections, Ethics in Crime and Corrections and advanced topics like Advanced Community Corrections, Advanced Research Methods in Corrections and Current Issues in Criminal Justice leading towards a bright career path in the field of Corrections. Read more


The faculty at the School of Criminal Justice consists of highly devoted teachers who have served as crime prevention specialists, criminal investigators, loss prevention managers and corrections and security officers. Possessing a professional background of such diversified fields, these faculty members are an academy in themselves, leading individuals to make the most out of their careers in the criminal science field.

The field offers positions as probation officers and correctional treatment specialists who are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or have been sentenced to serve time in a jail, reformatory, or prison. Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists work with criminal offenders, some of whom may be dangerous. Employment opportunities in this field are expected to grow by 18. Continued growth in the demand for probation and parole services will lead to new openings for officers. The annual pay of probation officers and correctional treatment specialists ranges from $39,020 to $47,200.

  • 16 Schools & 71 Majors
  • Associalte's to PhD level programs

“The faculty at School of Criminal Justice provides all the means necessary to develop quality research in the criminal justice field, and also stimulates a collaborative scholarly atmosphere through online seminars and project coursework. This kind of support has made a huge difference to me.”


Brandon Rodriguez
Auckland, New Zealand
Class of 2007

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