|General Education Requirements||Credit Hours|
|English 101, English Composition||3|
|English 102, English Composition||3|
|Mathematics 123, Quantitative Reasoning||4|
Upon completion of the 61-credit hour Criminal Justice program, you may apply for an Associate in Applied Science degree.
A law enforcement career can lead you to be a police officer in almost any geographic area of the country. As a police officer in a rural area, you may perform a wide variety of activities including directing traffic at the scene of a crime, investigating a burglary, or giving first aid to an accident victim. In a larger police department, your duties may be more specific.
Most police academies in Michigan are operated by community colleges. Some of the larger departments in the state, such as the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office or Detroit Police Department also operate their own academies.
For a comprehensive list of Michigan Police Academies, visit http://policelink.monster.com/content/become-a-cop-in-michigan-police-academy-directory.