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MACJA Scholarship Luncheon

On Friday, October 27th the Department of Criminology hosted the MACJA Scholarship Luncheon at Top of the Palms Restaurant in the USF Marshall Student Center.  The department acknowledged the generosity of its MACJA supporters and provided an opportunity for MACJA scholarship recipients to express their gratitude to our supporters.

The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration (MACJA) degree is designed for and restricted to working professionals in the criminal justice field. The MACJA program, designed to develop and enhance professional practice in the criminal justice community, prepares students for advanced levels of management by enhancing technical skills, improving decision-making processes, and increasing analytic capabilities.  Scheduled for the convenience of working professionals, classes are held on Saturdays for five consecutive semesters.

The program is currently accepting applications for its 14th cohort and has graduated more than 240 alumni.  Listed in the photo from left to right are Manley Jaquiss, Monica Martinez, Robert Vincent, Stephanie Thackeray, Carl Hawkins, Wakesha Phidd, Leonard Territo, Bonnie Bush and Max Bromley.

 

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