Program Overview

Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, the law enforcement degree programs help individuals develop the knowledge and perspectives for law enforcement careers. A baccalaureate degree is the minimum educational requirement for some state and most federal law enforcement positions, as well as many other interesting positions within the criminal justice system.

To earn a bachelor of science (BS) in law enforcement, students must complete the minimum bachelor's degree requirements (120 credits), including general education, liberal studies and law enforcement coursework. There are three tracks in the Law Enforcement major:

  • Track 1 is designed for students interested in becoming licensed peace officers in Minnesota.
  • Track 2 is currently under review in preparation for the MN State Transfer Pathway programs. Major declaration for track 2 is currently not available.
  • Track 3 is designed for current Minnesota peace officers who want to complete the BS degree with a major in Law Enforcement.

Minnesota peace officers may complete major requirements on campus or in the online Law Enforcement Major Completion Program.

More information about this program

Declare Your Program

To be eligible for acceptance to the Law Enforcement major, students must submit a School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Undergraduate Program Declaration Form when the following is completed:

  • 30 credits
  • GELS/MNTC writing requirements
  • Cumulative Metropolitan State GPA of 2.25
  • SLC Pre-major Advising Workshop (PAW)

All law enforcement pre-majors should work closely with an advisor from the School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice (SLC).

Declare Your Program

Requirements

Credit and Residency Requirements

All Metropolitan State University students must complete at least 30 credits in residency at Metropolitan State. All law enforcement students must complete 24 major credits at Metropolitan State University which can be applied toward the 30 credit university residency requirement. All major courses must be completed with a grade of C- or higher.

Track 1: Minnesota Peace Officer Licensure Track (62 semester credits)

This major track helps individuals develop the knowledge, perspectives and skills for successful law enforcement careers in Minnesota city, county and state law enforcement agencies. Students who successfully complete either the BS or the Law Enforcement Licensing Certificate program are eligible to take the Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Board licensing examination, required for entry into the law enforcement profession in Minnesota.

Minnesota Peace Officer Licensure Requirements

Applicants interested in a career in Minnesota law enforcement must review the website for the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/Pages/default.aspx) to obtain the most current information regarding requirements and minimum selection standards for licensure eligibility.

Note: Emergency Medical Responder is required to be eligible to take the POST exam and must be approved by the Minnesota Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board (EMSRB).

Law Enforcement Skills Practicum

Admission into the Skills Practicum is by application only. The application process is available fall semester prior to the student's final summer term. Prior to applying, students must work closely with their advisor to prepare for the Skills component of the degree program. The Skills Practicum is only offered in the summer.

CJS 101 and CJS 201 are prerequisites for most core CJS and LAWE courses as noted in the course description.
^ Must be completed at a Minnesota POST certified college or university prior to Skills Practicum.
+ CJS 301, CJS 320, CJS 360, and CJS 375 are prerequisites for CJS 489 and CJS 490.
= CJS 490 should be completed during the student's last semester.

Track 2: Law Enforcement Major - Non-Licensure Track 

This major track is currently not available for major declaration. Track 2 is currently under revision in preparation for the launching of the MN State Transfer Pathways. In the near future, Track 2 will serve as a major option for students who have completed their associate degree in law enforcement and are ready to earn the Bachelor of Science with a major in Law Enforcement.

Track 3: Law Enforcement Major for Minnesota Licensed Peace Officers

This track allows licensed peace officers to pursue the law enforcement major (BS). Explore major requirements as an on-campus or on-line student.

Minnesota peace officers have an opportunity to complete major requirements and earn a bachelor's degree through an online cohort program called the Law Enforcement
Major Completion Program. Eligible students apply to the cohort which offers two major courses per semester over four semesters.

Track 3 Law Enforcement major degree requirements include major directed electives. Metropolitan State supports alternative learning strategies including prior learning. Following admission and major declaration, students may request a review of their continuing education records for prior learning consideration.

Courses required for your specific program are listed in the right hand column on this page. They include prerequisite, foundation, core, and elective courses. Contact your advisor with questions concerning your degree plan.

All Metropolitan State University students must complete at least 30 credits in residency at Metropolitan State. All law enforcement students must complete 24 major credits at Metropolitan State University which can be applied toward the 30 credit university residency requirement.

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Course List

Prerequisites

Requirements ( 62 total credits)

Track1: Required Courses (54 credits)

^LAWE 210, LAWE 210L*, LAWE 220, LAWE 280, LAWE 301, LAWE 301L*, LAWE 321 LAWE 321L*, and CJS 375, must be completed at a Minnesota POST certified college or university prior to Skills Practicum.
* LAW210L, LAWE301L, and LAWE 321L are Skills based lab courses that are embedded into some of the POST required courses. They must be taken as a co-requisite with the corresponding course number (for example, LAWE 210L must be taken the same semester as LAW 210). The lab courses are charged at Skills tuition rate (see Tuition and Fees)
+ CJS 301, CJS 320, CJS 360, and CJS 375 are prerequisites for CJS 489 and CJS 490.
= CJS 489 or CJS 490 should be completed during the student's last semester.
! CJS 101 is the prerequisite for most major classes. CJS 201 is the prerequisite for most upper division required law enforcement and criminal justice classes.

Required Law Enforcement Skills Practicum (6 credits)
Admission into Skills is by application only. The application process is available fall semester prior to the student's final summer term. Prior to applying, students must work closely with their advisor to prepare for the Skills component of the degree program. Skills practicum is only offered in the summer.

Program note: Additional REQUIRED course CJS 360 Diversity in Criminal Justice

  • CJS 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
    3 credits

    As an introduction to the field of criminal justice, this course provides students with a brief but comprehensive overview of criminal justice institutions in American society. Students learn about the role of the criminal justice system in maintaining social order. The course also examines the duties and functions of criminal justice practitioners, including police officers, prosecutors, judges and correctional officials from the initial violation of the criminal law, to the punishment and release of convicted offenders.

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  • CJS 201 Foundations in Criminal Justice
    3 credits

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of academic research and professional development related to the discipline of criminal justice and law enforcement. Students learn to search, locate, retrieve, evaluate, and document research sources as well as prepare research papers using writing and citations styles expected in criminal justice and law enforcement courses. The course will also broaden students' understanding of the direct and indirect criminal justice professional opportunities and equip students with the tools to begin to pursue careers in the field.

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  • LAWE 210 Procedural Studies in Law Enforcement
    2 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. Examines the legal and procedural aspects of the investigative process in these topic areas: report writing, statutory elements, crime scene control, evidentiary rules, search and seizure, interviewing and interrogation, and constitutional limitations.

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  • LAWE 210L Procedural Studies in Law Enforcement Lab
    1 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. It provides the laboratory experience to accompany LAWE 210, Procedural Studies in Law Enforcement.

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  • LAWE 220 Legal Studies in Law Enforcement
    4 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. Examines law enforcement practices and applications from both constitutional and legal perspectives in these topic areas: constitutional considerations; legal processes pertaining to warrants, subpoenas, orders and summons; contacts, detentions and arrests; knowledge and application of the Minnesota criminal and traffic codes, statutes and regulations; legal foundation for peace officer use of force; and peace officer rights and liabilities.

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  • LAWE 280 Juvenile Justice
    3 credits

    This course presents a juvenile justice system overview, with emphasis on Minnesota Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure. The historical and philosophical development of the juvenile justice system is discussed, along with a comparative analysis of U.S. juvenile and adult criminal justice systems. Students learn about resources available to criminal justice practitioners and addresses the specific needs of juveniles in crisis.

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  • CJS 301 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    This course examines the scientific research methods used in criminal justice research. Students learn a variety of research methods and apply them to various types of research being conducted within the criminal justice system. This course examines both quantitative and qualitative approaches.

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  • LAWE 301 Policing in the 21st Century
    3 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. Examines the application of a guardian versus warrior mindset within law enforcement to build trust and legitimacy between agencies and the public. Implicit bias, procedural justice, and reconciliation are explored in the context of conflict management/resolution. Emphasis on the patrol function along with both contemporary issues and future trends including de-escalation strategies, intelligence led policing, data practices and interaction with the media, computer forensics and cyber-crime, homeland security and terrorism, criminal gangs, organized crime, and vice crimes.

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  • LAWE 301L Policing in the 21st Century Lab
    1 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. It provides the laboratory experience to accompany LAWE 301, Policing in the 21st Century.

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  • CJS 320 Criminology and Public Policy
    4 credits

    This course focuses on theories, concepts, narratives, and myths of crime and delinquent behavior. Contemporary issues and controversies within the criminal justice field are explored in social, political, and economic context. Special emphasis is placed on the role of race, class, gender, and culture in relation to the etiology, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency. This course is committed to general theoretical debate, examination of the interrelation between criminological theory and research, and empirical analyses of policy and practice.

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  • LAWE 321 Law and Human Behavior
    3 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. Examines the police response and investigation of missing persons and crimes of violence, including child and vulnerable adult abuse and neglect, domestic violence and sexual assault. Other topics addressed include victims and victims' rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act and special communications situations, crisis intervention and mental illness, community notification and conflict and management.

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  • LAWE 321L Law and Human Behavior Lab Component
    1 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. It provides the laboratory experience to accompany LAWE 321, Law and Human Behavior.

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  • One of the following classes is required:
    • CJS 350 Citizenship: Community Involvement
      4 credits

      The purpose of this course is to educate and encourage the development of globally competent citizens and leaders. The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be engaged, responsible, and effective members of a globally interdependent society. Most importantly, students will be asked to think deeply about their world (including its future, current issues, its impact on their local area, and our personal responsibility as global citizens). This course will have a service learning component.

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    • CJS 354 Restorative Justice
      4 credits

      This course is designed to allow students to develop a working understanding and knowledge of Restorative Justice. Restorative Justice looks at the concept of justice through nontraditional and alternative viewpoints. Rather than focus on "what is the crime, who did the crime and what should the punishment be," Restorative Justice focuses on "who has been harmed, what was the harm and who is responsible to repair the harm." Students will examine Restorative Justice from historical, sociological, criminological and psychological perspectives. Throughout the course, a wide range of specific "restorative practices" will be studied, reviewed and analyzed. Some of the concepts the course will explore are trauma and healing, conflict transformation, issues related to juvenile justice, and alternative processes such as Victim-Offender Dialogue and the Circle Process.

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  • CJS 375 Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    Examines a range of moral dilemmas which criminal justice practitioners are likely to face in their duties. Using both moral theory and detailed case examples, students learn to apply moral principles and concepts to a given situation, recognize the relevance of moral principles and concepts, and apply their individual moral philosophy to resolving these situations in a satisfactory manner. This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.

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  • One of the following classes is required:
    • CJS 489 Criminal Justice Capstone Internship
      4 credits

      With an emphasis on experiential learning, the capstone course allows students to combine an internship experience in a criminal justice setting with academic work to support career pathways, synthesize undergraduate experiences, and develop deeper understanding of criminal justice issues. During the semester, students must complete at least 160 hours of service at an internship field site. Note: With support from their academic advisors and ICES staff, students are responsible for securing their own internship opportunities and must do so one month prior to registering for CJS-489.

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    • CJS 490 Criminal Justice Capstone Research
      4 credits

      Using both a theoretical and practical framework, this experience is designed to help students integrate and synthesize their undergraduate experiences. An applied project demonstrates discipline mastery of a subject and serves as a vehicle for future work and study in the criminal justice field. Note: This course should be taken the semester the student graduates.

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Electives (8 credits)

Courses with an LAWE/CJS prefix that are not part of the major required classes can be taken as an electives (ALL 8 directed elective credits must be upper-division)

  • Please verify that your Course List is separated by ',' (comma) or 'OR'

Skills Required

Admission into Skills is by application only. The application process is available fall semester prior to the student's final summer term. Prior to applying, students must work closely with their advisor to prepare for the Skills component of the degree program. Skills practicum is only offered in the summer.

  • Please verify that your Course List is separated by ',' (comma) or 'OR'
  • LAWE 224 Crimes in Progress
    1 credits

    This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training as they relate to the skills practicum. It includes instruction in areas related to crimes in progress.

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  • LAWE 227 Traffic and Investigations
    2 credits

    The primary goal of this course is to provide content and scenarios related to traffic stops and investigations. This course is designed to give students an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of a police officer. This course is one of 5 that make up the Skills curriculum required to prepare students to successfully complete the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training peace officer licensing examination.

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  • LAWE 228 Defensive Tactics
    2 credits

    The primary goal of this course is to provide content and scenarios related to defensive tactics. This course is designed to give students an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of a police officer. This course is one of 5 that make up the Skills curriculum required to prepare students to successfully complete the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training peace officer licensing examination.

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  • LAWE 229 Firearms
    2 credits

    The primary goal of this course is to provide content and scenarios related to firearms. This course is designed to give students an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of a police officer. This course is one of 5 that make up the Skills curriculum required to prepare students to successfully complete the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training peace officer licensing examination.

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Track 2: Law Enforcement Major Non-Licensure Track

This major track is currently not available for major declaration. Track 2 is currently under revision in preparation for the launching of the MN State Transfer Pathways. In the near future, Track 2 will serve as a major option for students who have completed their associate degree in law enforcement and are ready to earn the Bachelor of Science with a major in Law Enforcement.

  • Please verify that your Course List is separated by ',' (comma) or 'OR'

Track 3: Online Cohort Program - Law Enforcement Major for Minnesota Licensed Peace Officers

Minnesota peace officers have an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree through an online cohort program called the Law Enforcement Major Completion Program. Eligible students apply to the cohort which offers two major courses per semester over four semesters.

Program note: Additional REQUIRED course CJS 360 Diversity in Criminal Justice

  • CJS 201 Foundations in Criminal Justice
    3 credits

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of academic research and professional development related to the discipline of criminal justice and law enforcement. Students learn to search, locate, retrieve, evaluate, and document research sources as well as prepare research papers using writing and citations styles expected in criminal justice and law enforcement courses. The course will also broaden students' understanding of the direct and indirect criminal justice professional opportunities and equip students with the tools to begin to pursue careers in the field.

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  • CJS 301 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    This course examines the scientific research methods used in criminal justice research. Students learn a variety of research methods and apply them to various types of research being conducted within the criminal justice system. This course examines both quantitative and qualitative approaches.

    Course Outline Class Schedule <<<<<<< HEAD ======= >>>>>>> 35179410ff55d83bece68cc1d84aadaa0fa744b8
  • CJS 320 Criminology and Public Policy
    4 credits

    This course focuses on theories, concepts, narratives, and myths of crime and delinquent behavior. Contemporary issues and controversies within the criminal justice field are explored in social, political, and economic context. Special emphasis is placed on the role of race, class, gender, and culture in relation to the etiology, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency. This course is committed to general theoretical debate, examination of the interrelation between criminological theory and research, and empirical analyses of policy and practice.

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  • CJS 375 Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    Examines a range of moral dilemmas which criminal justice practitioners are likely to face in their duties. Using both moral theory and detailed case examples, students learn to apply moral principles and concepts to a given situation, recognize the relevance of moral principles and concepts, and apply their individual moral philosophy to resolving these situations in a satisfactory manner. This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.

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  • LAWE 431 Police Culture
    4 credits

    This course will explore the complex interactions between police culture and issues relating to integrity and ethics for the police. It will examine the underlying values of the police culture and how those affect police behavior. Loyalty, racism, and use of force issues will be examined.

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  • LAWE 445 Law Enforcement Leadership: Contemporary Issues
    4 credits

    The course explores contemporary leadership, motivation, teambuilding, change, and working with difficult people, along with the roles and responsibilities of the first line supervisor within a law enforcement agency.

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  • CJS 490 Criminal Justice Capstone Research
    4 credits

    Using both a theoretical and practical framework, this experience is designed to help students integrate and synthesize their undergraduate experiences. An applied project demonstrates discipline mastery of a subject and serves as a vehicle for future work and study in the criminal justice field. Note: This course should be taken the semester the student graduates.

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Electives: Directed Electives (Work with your Advisor)

  • Please verify that your Course List is separated by ',' (comma) or 'OR'

Track 3: On-campus Program - Law Enforcement Major for Minnesota Licensed Peace Officers

Minnesota peace officers have an opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree through an on-campus program. Students pursue degree requirements at their own pace.

Program note: Additional REQUIRED course CJS 360 Diversity in Criminal Justice

  • CJS 201 Foundations in Criminal Justice
    3 credits

    This course introduces students to the fundamentals of academic research and professional development related to the discipline of criminal justice and law enforcement. Students learn to search, locate, retrieve, evaluate, and document research sources as well as prepare research papers using writing and citations styles expected in criminal justice and law enforcement courses. The course will also broaden students' understanding of the direct and indirect criminal justice professional opportunities and equip students with the tools to begin to pursue careers in the field.

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  • CJS 301 Research Methods in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    This course examines the scientific research methods used in criminal justice research. Students learn a variety of research methods and apply them to various types of research being conducted within the criminal justice system. This course examines both quantitative and qualitative approaches.

    Course Outline Class Schedule <<<<<<< HEAD ======= >>>>>>> 35179410ff55d83bece68cc1d84aadaa0fa744b8
  • CJS 320 Criminology and Public Policy
    4 credits

    This course focuses on theories, concepts, narratives, and myths of crime and delinquent behavior. Contemporary issues and controversies within the criminal justice field are explored in social, political, and economic context. Special emphasis is placed on the role of race, class, gender, and culture in relation to the etiology, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency. This course is committed to general theoretical debate, examination of the interrelation between criminological theory and research, and empirical analyses of policy and practice.

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  • LAWE 330 Policing and Society
    4 credits

    This course provides an introduction to American policing and an overview of the critical issues which confront law enforcement officers and their agencies. Some of the issues which are examined include: the role of the police, management and policy development in law enforcement agencies; police selection, training and socialization; minorities and women in policing; psychological hazards and stress in policing; and police misconduct.

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  • CJS 375 Ethics and Professionalism in Criminal Justice
    4 credits

    Examines a range of moral dilemmas which criminal justice practitioners are likely to face in their duties. Using both moral theory and detailed case examples, students learn to apply moral principles and concepts to a given situation, recognize the relevance of moral principles and concepts, and apply their individual moral philosophy to resolving these situations in a satisfactory manner. This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training.

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  • CJS 490 Criminal Justice Capstone Research
    4 credits

    Using both a theoretical and practical framework, this experience is designed to help students integrate and synthesize their undergraduate experiences. An applied project demonstrates discipline mastery of a subject and serves as a vehicle for future work and study in the criminal justice field. Note: This course should be taken the semester the student graduates.

    Course Outline Class Schedule <<<<<<< HEAD ======= >>>>>>> 35179410ff55d83bece68cc1d84aadaa0fa744b8

Electives: Directed Electives (Work with your Advisor)

  • Please verify that your Course List is separated by ',' (comma) or 'OR'