I am currently in my 3rd quarter of the CWU’s Masters of Law and Justice program at the Kent campus. It has been over 25 years since I completed my undergraduate degree and I was very concerned that I would have difficulty assimilating back into a collegiate program. That has not been the case. With a commitment to the program, the course work is manageable.
Having been a police officer for over 20 years, I find myself personally and professionally challenged by the class discussions and lectures and I am able to integrate what I’m learning into the way I practice my profession. I would encourage anyone with an interest in the criminal justice fields to consider this program – it is making a difference in my life.
Bradley R. Graham
Criminal Investigations Division
Tacoma Police Department
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