The Masters’ degree in Criminal Justice is designed to provide a foundation in applied research and theory, seminars in substantive areas of criminal justice activity, and focused scholarship on issues of importance in Idaho. Curricula are organized into three sections: The Foundation Series is a set of core classes that will provide students with the intellectual skills needed for the study of more complex material. The Seminar Series promotes the development of scholarship in particular substantive areas in criminal justice. The Elective Series is intended to provide practical application of skills acquired in the core and seminar series. Students also are required to write either a thesis relevant to issues, policy, or practice in criminal justice, or pass a comprehensive examination.