The Master of Science in Law Enforcement Executive Leadership (MSLEEL) degree program is designed to provide executive-level organizational leadership skills for law enforcement supervisory and management professionals. The program is developed to formulate real time management solutions with an emphasis on the administering of policies, procedures, and guidelines for the law enforcement executive leader. Criminal justice agencies operate in divisions, sections, and bureaus and other sub-system categories. There are functions associated with each category and this master’s curriculum will prepare the learner to implement and execute these functions. The MSLEEL program educates executives, managers, line-level supervisors, and persons interested in becoming executive leaders in the criminal justice field.
- Credits required: 36
- Cost per credit: $545
- Program length: 2 years (full-time status)
- Max transfer credits: 6 credits
Time to degree completion can be accelerated by taking multiple courses in a term and through credits accepted in transfer.
What you’ll learn
Communicate in writing utilizing clear direction, guidance, and procedures with others in most organizational settings to include vertical and horizontal in a criminal justice environment.
Employ appropriate oral communication skills to successfully interact with people from a variety of experiences and backgrounds in a variety of situations.
Employ appropriate analytical models and apply critical reasoning processes to complex executive level organizational issues and provide the overarching philosophy for resolution.
Acquire a keen awareness, identification, and genuine sensitivity to the diversity of cultures involved in a criminal justice operational environment.
Analyze information and formulate executive-level alternatives for resolution.
Apply and analyze quantifiable numerical data and make intelligent and rational decisions that support a criminal justice agency.
Maximize the use of research and statistical methodologies to apply in executive-level management decisions in the area of theoretical analysis.
Demonstrate competent ethical, legal, and professional conduct issues which fosters behaviors and decisions that meet a high duty of trust and reliability in all management decisions.
Master of Science in Law Enforcement Executive Leadership
|Required Core Courses||36|
|TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE MSLEEL||36|
Courses + Credits
Below, you’ll find the required courses for the CalSouthern Master of Science in Law Enforcement Executive Leadership (MSLEEL) degree program.
Required Core Courses
- LE 86500 Organizational Leadership Communication — 3-credits
- LE 86510 Law Enforcement Code of Ethics — 3-credits
- LE 86520 Budgeting Development/Analysis — 3-credits
- LE 86530 Homeland Security Strategic Application — 3-credits
- LE 86540 Police Management of Technology — 3-credits
- LE 86550 Police Administrative Policy Operations — 3-credits
- LE 86560 Strategic Organizational Planning — 3-credits
- LE 86570 Executive Corrections Management — 3-credits
- LE 86580 Contemporary Criminal Justice Trends — 3-credits
- LE 86590 Administration of Police Executive Systems — 3-credits
- LE 86600 Cultural Competency in Criminal Justice — 3-credits
- CAP 89100 MSLEEL Capstone — 3-credits
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Accreditation & Approvals
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