Interested in extending your degree beyond the bachelor's level? Come to this informational session about the Master of Science in Law and Justice at CWU-Kent! The session will be held at 6pm on Monday, April 30, in Room 317 of the CWU-Kent campus, on the Green River Community College Kent campus at Kent Station.
Central Washington University's Kent campus offers a master of science in law and justice. The need for personnel in human and protective services in Washington State is growing, and an advanced degree is increasingly in demand. The benefits of this degree include: career development, increased salary, and improved skill and professional abilities. Students will learn about research methods and law and justice policies; develop critical thinking skills; and learn to assess, develop, and recommend law and justice policy based upon the most current research.
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