The Master of Public Safety (MPS) answers the call for public safety education that develops leadership skills and contextualizes law enforcement in the broader landscape of society and social change. The part-time, interdisciplinary program prepares public safety professionals by broadening their understanding of relational policing, emerging public safety threats, and appropriate responses to improve the safety of their communities.
Six key themes are woven throughout the curriculum: constitutional literacy, relational policing, evidence-based strategies, diversity awareness and sensitivity, public health, and safety and wellness.
Tuition and fees are $38,250 ($32,585 tuition and $5,665 fees).
Students will be charged $1,275 per credit hour (includes tuition and fees).