Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Law Enforcement/Certification
Associate of Applied Science

Date: 21-SEP-12

Effective Term: Winter 2013
 
The Law Enforcement Training Center certification program provides a broad-based general education along with the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) Basic Law Enforcement Certification. Students will learn police organization, criminal investigation, traffic control, delinquency, criminal law, and enforcement procedures. Upon meeting graduation and MCOLES requirements the student may be eligible to take the mandatory certification examination given by MCOLES. After completion of these courses through the Police Academy, credit will be articulated. Contact the Academy office for further information at (269) 488-4061.

Program Required Courses Minimum Credits: 49.00

EMT 106 Medical First Responder/LEN 3
LEN 101 Intro Law Enforc/Crim Justice 3
LEN 102 Police Organization/Administra 3
LEN 106 Criminal Law and Procedure 4
LEN 150 Fundamentals of Marksmanship 2
LEN 201 Criminal Investigation 4
LEN 202 Motor Vehicle Traffic 4
LEN 203 Criminology 3
LEN 204 Delinquency Prevention/Control 3
LEN 206 Emergency Vehicle Operations 2
LEN 241 Police Physical Skills 4
LEN 242 Tactical Firearms 4
LEN 243 Patrol Procedures 4
LEN 253 Police Practical Problems 3
PSI 102 State and Local Government 3

English 110/127 Minimum Credits: 6.00

ENG 110 College Writing I 3
ENG 127 Technical Writing 3

Math/Science Minimum Credits: 4.00

BIO 100 Fundamentals of Biology 4
BIO 101 Cellular Biology 4
BIO 104 Organismal Biology 4
BIO 105 Environmental Issues 4
BIO 110 Anatomy and Physiology 4
BIO 120 Ecology and Field Biology 4
BIO 121 Field Studies/Environmentl Bio 4
BIO 130 Microbiology 4
BIO 201 Genetics 4
BIO 210 Human Physiology 4
BUS 102 Math for Business & Industry 4
CHM 100 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4
CHM 110 Fundamentals/Organic Chemistry 4
CHM 120 General Chemistry I 4
CHM 130 General Chemistry II 4
CHM 220 Organic Chemistry I 5
CHM 230 Organic Chemistry II 5
CHM 250 Chemical Instrumentation 4
GEO 110 Physical Geology 4
GEO 120 Physical Geography 4
MATH 106 Technical Mathematics 4
MATH 114 Mathematical Ideas 3
MATH 116 Intermediate Algebra 4
MATH 120 Finite Mathematics 3
MATH 150 College Algebra 4
MATH 152 Trigonometry 3
MATH 156 Precalculus/Trigonometry 5
MATH 158 Applied Calculus 4
MATH 160 Calculus 1 & Analytic Geometry 5
MATH 162 Calculus 2 & Analytic Geometry 5
MATH 216 Business Statistics 3
MATH 220 Probability and Statistics 4
MATH 260 Calculus 3 & Analytic Geometry 5
MATH 264 Differnt'l Equa/Linear Algebra 4
PHY 100 Fundamentals of Physics 4
PHY 111 College Physics I 4
PHY 112 College Physics II 4
PHY 120 Astronomy 3
PHY 124 Astronomy of the Solar System 4
PHY 221 Engineering Physics I 5
PHY 222 Engineering Physics II 5

Social Science Minimum Credits: 3.00

ECO 110 Eco/Contemporary Social Issues 3
ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 202 Microeconomics 3
ECO 240 International Economics 3
GEO 102 World Geography-Maps & Media 3
HRY 100 Early Western Civilization 3
HRY 101 Modern Western Civilization 3
HRY 102 American History to 1877 3
HRY 103 American History since 1865 3
HRY 207 History of Russia 3
HRY 210 History of the Far East 3
HRY 212 History/American Civil War 3
HRY 220 History of Michigan 3
HRY 230 Women in History 3
HRY 240 African American Experience 3
HRY 251 World History to 1500 3
HRY 252 World History since 1500 3
HRY 260 History of the Middle East 3
PSI 100 Introduction/Political Science 3
PSI 101 American Government 3
PSI 102 State and Local Government 3
PSI 201 International Relations 3
PSI 202 Comparative Government 3
PSI 250 World Security 3
PSY 150 Introductory Psychology 3
PSY 160 Human Growth and Development 3
PSY 170 Human Sexuality 3
PSY 180 Early Childhood Development 4
PSY 190 Child Psychology 3
PSY 250 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 260 Educational Psychology 3
SOC 102 Principles of Sociology 3
SOC 103 Contemporary Social Problems 3
SOC 105 Introduction to Gerontology 3
SOC 106 Death, Dying & Bereavement 3
SOC 170 Introduction to Archaeology 3
SOC 200 The Family 3
SOC 201 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3
SOC 202 Urban Sociology 3
SOC 205 Racial and Ethnic Relations 3
SOC 207 Southern Africa/Region Studies 3
SOC 261 Cultures of Latin America 3
SOC 273 Service Learning 3

  Minimum Total Credits: 62