Law Enforcement Administration Course List

Summary of Degree Requirements

Quarter Hours
Professional Core 24
BPS 320 - Project Management
BPS 340 - Role of the Professional in Society
BPS 370 - Service Marketing
BPS 380 - Facilities Management
BPS 410 - Financial Planning for Professionals
BPS 450 - Professional Studies Strategy (Capstone Course)
Concentration Courses 20
LEA 310 - Organization & Administration in Law Enforcement
LEA 330 - Social Issues in Criminal Justice
LEA 356 - Advanced Internship
LEA 435 - Criminal Law & Procedure
LEA 445 - Criminal Investigations
Thematic Sequence Electives 52
Thematic Sequence I 12-Communication
Thematic Sequence II 12-Quantitative
Thematic Sequence III 12-People & Society
Thematic Sequence IV 16-Concentration Related
In order to meet the 52 quarter hour requirements in elective coursework, students will enroll in four thematic sequences. Each is a group of related courses selected under the direction of a faculty member, advisor, or Dean. Course selection will be guided by the student's interests as well as educational background.

Academic programs and courses subject to change based on enrollment.

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