The criminal justice graduate program covers areas of policing and security, cyber-crime, counterfeiting and environmental crime. Students are working in, or aspiring to, careers in law enforcement, parole services, justice administration, criminology, or victims’ services. Two certificate programs, forensic criminology & criminal justice and cyber-crime & security, are also offered and those credits may be applied toward the full master’s degree. Whether you are ready to advance in your current field or change direction toward a new profession, you will be equipped to move your career in a positive direction.
This degree offers flexibility along with a strong foundation in chemical science. Students who major in Chemistry can design a program tailored to their post-Iona interests, and can easily minor or double-major.
The major in Biochemistry is designed to meet the needs of students preparing for graduate study in biochemical sciences such as: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Immunochemistry and Toxicology, or professional careers in biochemical or life-science industries, hospitals or medical schools.