Criminal Justice Graduate Program

Admission Requirements

 Apply online at wichita.edu/apply

 Requirements:

  • $60 Graduate School application fee
  • Official transcripts submitted to the Graduate School
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Letter of intent: 1-2 pages typed describing reason(s) for applying and specific goals for earning the degree
  • Two reference letters from professors/professionals familiar with the applicant’s performance in academic and/or field settings

Graduate Assistantship Opportunities:

The School of Criminal Justice awards approximately six graduate assistantships on a semester-to-semester basis. Students awarded graduate teaching assistantships assist faculty teaching, including coordinating instructional activities and grading assignments. The appointments are typically 20 hours per week. Assistantships provide a stipend and, for non-Kansas residents, a waiver of non-resident tuition rates. Students awarded a graduate assistantship may also qualify for a waiver of 75-100% of their tuition.

If interested in a graduate assistantship, please indicate your interest in the letter of intent. Please discuss why you would like the opportunity to become a graduate assistant and what makes you an ideal candidate.

For more information about applying for Graduate School or resources (e.g., financial aid, scholarships, awards), please visit: https://www.wichita.edu/academics/graduate_school/graduate_school.php

Contact:

Dr. Breanna Boppre

Graduate Coordinator

breanna.boppre@wichita.edu

316-978-6463