Law Enforcement Certificate
The Certificate in Law Enforcement is designed for students who already have completed either an associate or a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university. Students in this track may use previous college courses to replace equivalent required liberal arts courses. These courses need to be evaluated by a counselor and/or petitioned for acceptance.
At least one third of the credits required for this certificate must be completed at Normandale, including those taken at LEEC.
Required prerequisite courses for admission to Law Enforcement Education Center (LEEC):
Coursework must be completed with a minimum grade of C in each course and with a minimum combined GPA of 2.50 in all courses.
or second composition course (3)
Additional courses required for the certificate:
(not required for admission to LEEC)
Professional Licensing Core courses:
(21 credits taken over the course of two semesters at LEEC)
Additional Requirement to take the POST examination:
Current First Responder Card, Emergency Response, or EMT certificate. This does not have to be taken for college credit but HLTH 2209 would fulfill this requirement.