2 years
Sep Jan
Study mode
Tuition fee (entire course)
Local students
USD 18,770
Foreign students
USD 18,770
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Providing the academic and professional training necessary to become a law enforcement officer, the Criminal Justice—Law Enforcement program provides necessary skills in behavioral sciences and written and verbal communication. Police officer efficiency and effectiveness increases with a better understanding of the daily problems of society and knowledge of law enforcement techniques. Graduates seeking employment will be required to pass a physical exam and meet physical fitness standards; have possession of a valid driver’s license and a good driving record; and have no conviction of a felony offense. Positions require a background investigation, psychological testing and mandatory drug testing. An applicant for employment as a law enforcement officer must possess either 1) a two-year associate degree from a Wisconsin technical college or its accredited equivalent from another state or, 2) a minimum of 60 fully accredited college-level credits.

Entry Requirements

  • TOEFL score minimum:
    • Internet Based Test (IBT): 61
    • Paper Based Test (PBT): 500
    • Computer Based Test (CBT): 173
  • EIKEN: Grade 2A
  • TOEIC: 605
  • IELTS: Band 5