A Leadership Learning Path Designed for Law Enforcement Officers


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


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


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

What Learners Are Saying

"I thought that the content was relevant, and I was able to relate to many of the topics that were covered. Faculty and classmates were excellent and provided both positive feedback and helpful criticism.”
Holleigh Coles, U.S. Capitol Police
“A well-designed course...I was quite pleased."
Arthur Carr, Ministry of National Security - Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
“It’s an amazing course! Flexible online learning that fits my busy schedule. I would highly recommend this course to police officers who are interested. This course really stands out!”
Enzingar A. Jones, Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda

Faculty Bio

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