A Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice opens up vast avenues of career opportunities in the field of law enforcement. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunities for Protective Service Occupations are expected to grow 3% in the years from 2019 to 2029. In order to enroll in a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, students will have to complete at least a 4-year long bachelor’s program fulfilling a minimum GPA requirement. Those who get accepted into the program would have to choose an area of concentration such as cybersecurity and cybercrime, homeland security or public administration. Typical coursework would involve courses in cybercrime, research methods, policing in society and the US correctional system.