A Leadership Learning Path Designed for Law Enforcement Officers

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Interdisciplinary approach to law enforcement leadership by combining the disciplines of criminal justice, management, communication, public policy and administration and psychology.

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Opportunity to understand, evaluate, and then practically apply knowledge and skills that will impact police agencies and their communities.

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14-week online learning supported by PhD faculty and a four-day synchronous residency.

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Why Walden?

POTENTIAL PATHWAY TO A FUTURE DEGREE

POTENTIAL PATHWAY TO A FUTURE DEGREE

Apply your learning toward Walden University’s Tempo Learning® MS in Criminal Justice or BS in Criminal Justice program.*

START A NEW PROFESSIONAL PATH

START A NEW PROFESSIONAL PATH

If you’re looking to explore avenues for career growth, our offerings provide you with the opportunity to advance your personal goals in new industries or areas.

REFRESH YOUR SKILLS

REFRESH YOUR SKILLS

Our courses are focused on meeting the educational needs of working adult learners—to help improve skills, increase knowledge, and build confidence.

BOOST YOUR CREDIBILITY IN YOUR ORGANIZATION

BOOST YOUR CREDIBILITY IN YOUR ORGANIZATION

Address concerns and challenges in your career with courses that deliver information and insights that can help you succeed.

FULFILL LICENSURE NEEDS

FULFILL LICENSURE NEEDS

Walden’s non-degree course offerings may be able to help you meet your continuing education, professional development, certification, or licensure needs.†

FLEXIBLE LEARNING

FLEXIBLE LEARNING

Online learning with easily consumable segments to adapt around your busy life. Self-paced learning enables you to advance your knowledge and skills while balancing work and family commitments.

Please consult with the appropriate licensing or certifying authority, local school district, or other organization to determine whether a course will satisfy applicable requirements to maintain licensure, obtain or renew certification, or establish eligibility for employment.

*In the event that an individual chooses to matriculate into Walden University’s Tempo Learning® MS in Criminal Justice or BS in Criminal Justice degree program, Walden University will review any prior learning completed by the student, including the Professional Certificate, and the university may apply competency credit equivalency toward the program. Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, www.hlcommission.org.

Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. Many countries have their own accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. Prospective students who reside outside of the United States are advised to review accreditation requirements for their own country to confirm recognition of their Walden program of choice.

Walden University is currently authorized, licensed, registered, exempt, or not subject to approval in all states, except New York and Rhode Island. Some states have required statements that can be found on our State Authorization for Distance Education page. It is the student’s responsibility to know and understand the statutes and regulations of the state in which they intend to utilize this degree.