graduate in hayes courtyard processionTU offers six different months when you can start your Master of Science in Criminal Justice program. The leaders at TU understand that it’s very rare that a potential graduate student makes the decision to pursue a degree at the exact same time the program commences – typically August or September. To eliminate that hurdle, TU gives its students the opportunity to enroll in their MS in CJ program during six different months of the year. It’s a unique and student-friendly benefit of choosing TU. As a result, new students enroll in Criminal Justice degree programs throughout various seasons of the year and not just in the fall.

2020-21 MS in Criminal Justice Program Calendar

Summer Semester 2020

Term I – May Classes:  May 11 to June 28
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  June 9
Final Grades Due:  June 30

Term II – July Classes:  June 29 to August 16
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  July 31
Final Grades Due:  August 18

Fall Semester 2020

Term I – August Classes:  August 24 to October 11
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  September 25
Final Grades Due:  October 13

Term II – October Classes:  October 18 to December 6
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  November 19
Final Grades Due:  December 8

Spring Semester 2021

Term I – January Classes:  January 11 to February 28
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  February 10
Final Grades Due:  March 2

Term II – March Classes:  March 7 to April 25
Last Day to Withdraw Without a Failing Grade:  April 6
Final Grades Due:  April 27

Commencement:  Saturday, May 1, 2021