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Is a diverse campus environment important to you? We've compiled a list of the Best Diverse Research Universities For Criminal Justice And Corrections. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
University of Miami
#6 College for criminal justice and corrections
Florida
$56,798 / year
$56,798 / year
Rutgers University–New Brunswick | Rutgers
#7 College for criminal justice and corrections
New Jersey
$21,432 / year
$38,142 / year
Howard University
#13 College for criminal justice and corrections
Washington DC
$31,056 / year
$31,056 / year
Liberty University
#14 College for criminal justice and corrections
Virginia
$23,310 / year
$23,310 / year
Rutgers University–Newark
#15 College for criminal justice and corrections
New Jersey
$14,409 / year
$30,717 / year
University of California, Irvine | UC Irvine
#16 College for criminal justice and corrections
California
$20,278 / year
$49,270 / year
George Mason University
#21 College for criminal justice and corrections
Virginia
$17,706 / year
$41,166 / year
St. Mary's University, Texas
#22 College for criminal justice and corrections
Texas
$35,980 / year
$35,980 / year
San Diego State University | SDSU
#28 College for criminal justice and corrections
California
$12,530 / year
$25,770 / year
Texas A&M University–Commerce
#38 College for criminal justice and corrections
Texas
$26,322 / year
$38,772 / year
Florida A&M University | FAMU
#42 College for criminal justice and corrections
Florida
$12,594 / year
$24,540 / year
The State University of New York at Albany | SUNY Albany
#48 College for criminal justice and corrections
New York
$5,093 / year
$21,663 / year
Virginia Commonwealth University | VCU
#49 College for criminal justice and corrections
Virginia
$19,281 / year
$40,903 / year