CJ 299 Police Academy 12 cr. The Regional Police Academy is a 16-week, 800-hour police training school designed to provide basic law enforcement training to in-service and pre-service recruits. At the successful completion of academy training, a recruit becomes certifiable as a police officer through the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES). This certification is transferable to all U.S. states except California and Hawaii. Notes:

These credits apply toward the associate of applied science in law enforcement degree, and as general electives toward criminal justice bachelor degree programs only.