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.


These credits apply toward the associate of applied science in law enforcement degree, but will only count as general electives in other criminal justice programs.