(Offered only at the Chinle Campus)
The certificate of Law Enforcement is a joint effort between NTU and the Navajo Nation Public Safety Department to produce Navajo Nation Police Officers. The 22-week certificate program provides both the academic and skills components that are required for Navajo Nation Law enforcement.
The candidate must:
1. Satisfy the certificate requirements in the program prior to the date of graduation at which the certificate is to be awarded.
2. Have a minimum of 12 semester credits in residence that apply toward the certificate being pursued and meet the requirements for the applicable program.
|Estimated Cost of Attendance||$14,020 / yr|
|Tuition and Fees||$2,360|
|Housing and Meals||$7,360|
|Books and Supplies||$2,200|
|Other Education Costs||$500|
Law Enforcement Requirements (36 Credits)
|PS-101 Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|ENG-105 Applied Technical Writing||3|
|NAV-101 Introduction to Navajo Language||4|
|CMP-101 Introduction to Computers||3|
|MTH-113 Technical Mathematics II or higher||3|
|PS-103 Public Safety Report Writing||3|
|LAW-103 Criminal Law||3|
|PS-109 Substantive Criminal Law||3|
|PS-123 Ethics and the Administration of Justice||3|
|PS-260 Procedural Criminal Law||3|
|PED-120 Strength Training||1|
|Total Required Credit Hours||36|
Francine B. Arthur