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Associate in Applied Science



Criminal Justice - Certificates

Metropolitan Community College awards certificates to students who complete various career and technical programs. While each campus offers some of the same certificates, others are offered only at one of the MCC campuses.

IMPORTANT: Certificate and degree requirements may change! Please consult an academic advisor before enrolling.

Police Science Certificate - 600 Program

Police Science Certificate - 600 Program (PDF)
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COLL 100 First Year Seminar 1
SPECIFIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS  
LWEN 101 Introduction to Law Enforcement 3
LWEN 111 Law Enforcement Operational Procedures 3
LWEN 112 Traffic Control and Investigation 3
LWEN 114 Law Enforcement Report Writing 3
LWEN 122 Procedural Law for Law Enforcement 3
LWEN 143 Defensive Tactics for Law Enforcement 4
LWEN 200 Law Enforcement Skills 5
LWEN 203 Criminal Investigation I for Law Enforcement 3
LWEN 204 Criminal Investigation II for Law Enforcement 3
LWEN 230 Missouri Statutory Law 3
EMS 110 First Responder 3
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 37

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MCC Criminal Justice Student Testimonials

"I like that we don't just focus on one thing. We spent time exploring them all. From the police academy to the jail, courthouse, crime scenes, the morgue, and in community, I've learned something valuable in each that I'll take with me even past graduation.

I got to see the community. I got to experience the people and share their stories. I was a part of their stories. That's a relationship that never would have been possible without the Criminal Justice program."

-Adrian Ausler, Kansas City,  student 


“I received so much more than just a degree. I was able to meet friends and it was more than I expected. The instructors helped me make it through the program. Mentally, it challenges you. It was definitely a life-changer.”

-Chessina Ward, Kansas City, student

Last Modified: 12/18/19