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Program Details

Lansing Community College offers a Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Associate in Applied Science Degree program that can be completed online. The courses have flexible schedules and allow students to complete coursework at home; however, the program is not self-paced and their will be strict due dates for assignments such as quizzes, discussion posts, and projects. Some courses may require students to attend campus to take exams or give presentations. 

The program is designed to train students to become a law enforcement officer. The curriculum will also provide students with knowledge, skills, and course material that is required for the preparation and entry to the Police Academy Program. Students should consult an academic advisor before enrolling into classes because not all courses may transfer. 

Students will need to complete a minimum of 62 credits in order to graduate from the program. Within those 62 credits, students will need to complete 31 Requirement credits and 31-51.5 Limited Choice credits. Within the Limited Choice section, there will be two “Choices” to complete. The two Choices are Choice 1: General Education Core Area and Choice 2: Law Enforcement.

Lansing Community College also provides resources to help make online learning comfortable. Students will be able to access an online tutor, an online library, and a phone service offering technical support 24/7. If a student has trouble regarding course enrollment, an online academic advisor is available to answer any questions. 

Requirements

  • The Police Academy Program is a selective program that will have different requirements than Lansing Community College. The courses are only available to those that are currently enrolled in the Police Academy.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission