Law Enforcement Administration Specialization
|BUS||500||Foundations of Accounting & Finance|
|MGT||505||Ethics & Communication|
|MGT||508||Research & Statistics for Management|
|MIS||510||Management Information Systems|
|MGT||545||Leadership Practice & Theory|
|MGT||550||Organizational Design & Change Management|
|LEA||585||Graduate Internship for Law Enforcement Administration|
|MGT||591||Contemporary Management Capstone|
|LEA||510||Critical Issues in Law Enforcement Management|
|LEA||540||Emergency Management & Homeland Security Practices|
|LEA||560||Social Justice & Professionalism in Law Enforcement|
|LEA||570||Law Enforcement Administration & Management|
|Electives from MBA Curriculum (select one)||4|
|ACC||510||Accounting for Managerial Decisions|
|MGT||554||Management & Performance Consulting|
|MGT||540||Managing Diverse Organizations|
|MM Graduation Requirements||52|
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