California Southern University
CalSouthern offers an online Bachelor’s degree program in Criminal Justice, and will accept approx. 30 to 45 credits from the Mountain State bachelor’s degree program.
CalSouthern also has a new Master’s Degree in Law Enforcement Executive Leadership. The program is fully online and require 36 credits for completion. Up to 36 transfer credits may be accepted. If you would like further details, contact Tommy Tunson at the number below.
The Master of Science in Law Enforcement Executive Leadership program is designed to provide executive level organizational leadership skills for law enforcement supervisory and management professionals. The program is developed to formulate real time management solutions with an emphasis on the administering of policies, procedures, and guidelines for the law enforcement executive leader. Criminal Justice Agencies operate in divisions, sections, and bureaus and other sub-system categories. There are functions associated with each category and this Master’s curriculum will prepare the learner to implement and execute these functions. The MSLEEL program educates executives, managers, line-level supervisors, and persons interested in becoming executive leaders in the criminal justice field.
Our newly designed Master’s program will provide flexible schedules, experienced and academically qualified instructors, and relevant contemporary executive leadership methods and strategies. Promotions, assignments, and specialty positions require advanced education experience and knowledge. CalSouthern is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission, which is one of six regional accrediting bodies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
If you are interested contact the following representatives from California Southern:
Kathryn Hamel, Ph.D.
Dean of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Interdisciplinary Studies