Law Enforcement Major (B.S.) Courses
Christian Studies Core
I. Christian Studies – 24 Credits
General Education Core
II. General Education – 30 Credits
III. Law Enforcement Major – 56 Credits
IV. Additional Requirements – 3 Credits
V. Electives – 30 Credits*
A minimum of 36 credits must be at the upper (300-400) level for a bachelor degree.
* Some courses from the Christian Studies Core and Major Core can be used to fulfill requirements in the General Education Core. By doing that the number of electives needed would increase so that the minimum of 125 credits is reached.
Total – 125 Credits
1 Interdisciplinary courses in the major core that are cross listed as BIB or THE will fulfill this requirement. Choose Christian Ministry electives from CHM 300 , CHM 301 or CHM 326 .
2 Select humanities electives from COM, ENG, FAR, HIS, HUM, LAN, MUS, PHI, or PRC.
3 Select social science electives from ANT, CSJ, ECO, GEO, HIS, POL, PSY, or SOC.
4 The LWE 365 – Law Enforcement Skills course will be taken at Alexandria Technical and Community College (ATCC). Dates may vary but this will typically be in May. Students should speak with their advisor early in their program to begin planning for this semester.
Fall Semester – 15 Credits
Spring Semester – 15-16 Credits
Fall Semester – 16 Credits
Spring Semester – 15 Credits
Students apply for departmental acceptance during their sophomore year spring semester or their junior year fall semester. A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required for departmental admission in the Law Enforcement major.
Fall Semester – 18 Credits
Spring Semester – 16 Credits
Summer Semester -15 Credits
Note: LWE 365 – Law Enforcement Skills will be taken at Alexandria Technical and Community College (ATCC). Dates may vary but this will typically be in May. Students should speak with their advisor early in their program to begin planning for this semester.
Fall Semester – 15 Credits
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