Created in 1994, the Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT) at Sam Houston State University (SHSU) provides a broad range of professional development programs, research, program evaluation, and other initiatives on the local, state, national, and international levels. See the boxes below for more on CMIT programs, articles, and resources.
CMIT Wardens Peer Interaction Program
For more than 20 years, CMIT has hosted the very popular Wardens Peer Interaction Program, where wardens, superintendents, and jail professionals gather to exchange best practices, raise challenges they face on the job, and explore potential solutions. We are proud to announce that this program is now conducted in partnership with the North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents (NAAWS). To read more about the Wardens Peer Interaction Program, click here. To visit CMIT's information and registration page for the program, click here.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management for Military Police is specially designed to meet the needs of active duty service personnel who desire to obtain a quality graduate degree from the highly respected SHSU College of Criminal Justice.
The online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice allows students to complete their four year degree with flexibility. A student may begin the online program after completing an associates degree or their first two years of core curriculum at Sam Houston State University (or another institution of higher education).