Morristown, NJ (January 18, 2017) – The College of Saint Elizabeth is starting a new certificate program with Saturday classes for law enforcement professionals. The program, to begin on March 18, will allow professionals to take courses in five-week intervals, and earn a certificate with completion of four courses.
For those interested, courses may be counted toward a full master's degree in Justice Administration and Public Service or at the undergraduate level toward a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. Three areas of specialization will be offered: counter terrorism, cyber security investigation, and leadership in community policing. For details, visit www.cse.edu/justicestudies.
"This new program offers professionals in law enforcement a convenient and affordable way to keep abreast of timely topics in their area," said Dr. James Ford, associate professor of criminal justice. "Our professors all have real-life experience in law enforcement and will share their expertise through these courses."
The CSE online master's in justice administration and public service program was ranked #25 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for 2017.