The Police Science degree program provides students education and training in the knowledge and skills required to meet the varied demands of the police profession.
The curriculum is accredited by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (C.L.E.E.T.) and provides an alternate route to Peace Officer Certification for students desiring a career in police work.
Police Officers are among Oklahoma's Top 100 Critical with an average of 818 annual openings and median annual earnings of $50,481.60 with a high school diploma or equivalent required for state certification Top 100 Critical Occupations - Oklahoma Works - Oklahoma Works. An associate degree can provide benefits in the hiring process, promotion, and pay in police agencies across the state.
Suggested Plan of Study
Police Science A.A.S. (COPS and non-COPS)
Police Science A.A.S. - Crime Scene Investigation Concentration (COPS and non-COPS)
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Lauren McElroy Walls