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Master of Business Administration - Law Enforcement & Corrections

The Law Enforcement & Corrections MBA is a 36 credit hour program that students can complete in 12 months. The program is designed to help law enforcement and correctional officers budget finances, manage officers, and become strong, well-rounded leaders. Students can earn their degree from anywhere. Classes are 100% online, which provides great flexibility. A business degree is not required to be accepted into our program, and professional and military training could equal credits. An MBA with a specialization in Law Enforcement and Corrections will give graduates the edge they need in order to serve a higher purpose. All course materials, including textbooks and supplemental resources, are included with program tuition. Students in the program also receive a laptop computer with their first paid course. As part of a university commitment to servant leadership and making higher-education affordable, the first course in the program is offered to students FREE of charge. Upon application/admission to the program, some students might be eligible to receive course credit for professional training/certifications in their field of employment.

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