The Law Enforcement certificate program prepares graduates for entry-level roles in law enforcement agencies. Personal traits such as honesty, sound judgment, integrity, and a sense of responsibility are especially important in the law enforcement field. People who have a desire to help others, strong communication skills, highly moral and ethical conduct, and respect for others are especially important in any public service field. People who work in law enforcement agencies are subject to criminal background and credit history checks, lie detector tests, and drug screenings. Fitness tests and driving license/records may be needed for employment.
A co-requisite is a course that must be taken the same semester as another specified course.
A prerequisite is a course that must be completed in order to enter another specified course.
* Courses in this program that require a minimum grade of “C.”