Salina Tech’s three-semester Police Science program is designed to prepare students for entry into a variety of law-enforcement and related careers as security officers, corrections officers, and parole and probation officers.
Courses include “Criminal Procedures,” “Criminal Investigation,” “Criminal Justice Interviews and Report Writing” and “Law Enforcement Operations.”
The courses are taught by local law enforcement officers and attorneys — people with career experience in law enforcement and the courts — and are provided online to fit the schedules of busy people.
Plus, all credits earned in our Associate Degree in Police Science program will transfer to Fort Hays State University, where a student can complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
You Will Learn
Compose coherent written communication.
Deliver coherent oral communication.
Show proficiency in locating, analyzing, documenting, and ethically using information sources.
Perform and interpret calculations.
Develop logical problem solving skills and/or critical thinking skills.
Identify appropriate strategies for gathering, analyzing, and displaying data to draw conclusions from scientific data.
Collaborate effectively, cultivating a respect for human diversity.
Demonstrate technology literacy appropriate to area of study.
Police officer or sheriff’s deputy