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    In addition to securing full-time employment, Lindsey Rolfe '14 is earning her master’s degree in administration of justice and homeland security as part of the University's joint bachelor’s/ master’s program.

For more than 40 years, the Department of Administration of Justice has been preparing students for meaningful and fulfilling careers in the justice system. Our 2,500 graduates are serving as judges, lawyers, police officers, special agents, attorneys and child protective workers across the country.

In our small classes, interactive role-playing, debate and discussion are the preferred methods of instruction. Beyond campus, experiential learning opportunities abound - from interning with the U.S. Secret Service to tutoring delinquent youth at the Rhode Island Training School.

Our graduates enter such fields as juvenile justice, state and federal law enforcement, forensics, private security and corrections. Many go on to law or other graduate schools.

Through our increasingly popular accelerated program, highly motivated and qualified undergraduates can earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree within five years.