Monroe College School of Criminal Justice faculty members bring, on average, over 20 years of on the job policing experience to the classroom. They know that effective police work requires having a deep understanding of your community, great communication and listening skills and the ability to adapt to any situation.
Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree courses in policing prepare students to answer the call of service as officers, detectives, and investigators on the city, state and federal levels. Our commitment to classroom excellence readies students to score higher on police entrance exams and think critically in their careers.
Small communities and large cities alike are actively seeking the best and brightest to join their police units. Career opportunities include municipal police, crime scene investigator, sheriff and United States Marshall. If you’re interested in this rewarding career path, let Monroe College help arm you with the right educational, training and leadership tools to excel as a police officer.