The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga offers a fully funded master’s in Criminal Justice. Students will take advanced coursework in diverse subjects such as corrections, policing, courts, comparative/cross-cultural issues, minorities and gender issues, victimology, white-collar crime, terrorism, ethics, and popular culture. There are two types of graduate awards: Scholarships and Assistantships. The Department has full-time assistantships available through the Graduate School. Full-time awards include a stipend and full tuition waiver each semester. There are a limited number of these full and part-time merit-based assistantships and they are awarded on a competitive basis.