Associate of Arts | Bachelor of Science | Criminal Justice Minor | Forensic Science Minor
Learn from practicing law enforcement personnel.
In UMFK’s Public Safety Administration program, you’ll prepare for entry-level positions in local, state, and federal law enforcement and criminal justice. With a focus on ethical and critical thinking, courses are taught by professionals with decades of experience in the field. Much of what you learn will be put to the test in real-world learning environments, including a required internship.
Bureau of Labor Statistics – Potential Occupations and Employment Outlook
|Job Code||Job Title|
|33-3021.03||Criminal Investigators and Special Agents|
|33-3051.01||Police and Sheriff’s Patrol Officers|
|33-3051.03||Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs|
|43-5031.00||Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers|
|33-1011.00||First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers|
|33-1012.00||First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives|
7 Career Oriented Outcomes
Professionalism, Safety, Practitioner, Critical Thinker, Communicator, Leader, Teamwork, Advocacy
Federal Bureau of Prisons
An example of where our graduates work
Bureau of Parks and Land
One of our many internship opportunities
Rural Public Safety Spotlights
Meet the faculty and students who make this program so successful.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Marilyn Epp was hired in 2018. Prior to teaching for UMFK, she was an intelligence …
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