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					                COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
                                         AFFILIATED WITH


                        LASD UNIVERSITY
    AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY (Online)

         Bachelor of Arts:
               Criminal Justice
               Emergency and Disaster Management
               General Studies
               Homeland Security
               Intelligence Studies
               International Relations
               Management
               Political Science
               Security Management
               Sociology
               Transportation and Logistics Management

         Bachelor of Science:
               Criminal Justice
               Forensics
               Environmental Studies
               Fire Science
               Information Systems Security
               Information Technology
               Information Technology Management
               Legal Studies
               Space Studies

         Master‘s:
               Business Administration
               Education
               Management
               Public Administration
               Public Health
               Criminal Justice
               Homeland Security
               Intelligence Studies


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               National Security Studies
               Security Management

    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, DOMINGUEZ HILLS (Online)

         Bachelor of Science Applied Studies (100% on-line)
         Master of Science in Public Administration (100% on-line)
         Master of Business Administration MBA (100% on-line)

    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH

         Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration

    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES

         Master of Science in Public Administration

    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE

         Master of Science in Public Administration

    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN BERNARDINO

         Designated Subjects Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teaching Credential
         Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies (BCTS) degree

    CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY

         Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration

    COLUMBIA COLLEGE (Online)

         Bachelor of General Studies
         Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
         Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration
         Master of Business Administration
         Master of Science in Criminal Justice

    MARIST COLLEGE (Online)

         Master of Public Administration for Law Enforcement (100% on-line)




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    MOUNTAIN STATE UNIVERSITY (Online)

         Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership
         Master of Science in Strategic Leadership

    NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

         Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
         Bachelor of Science in Domestic Security Management
         Bachelor in Public Administration
         Master in Public Administration (MPA)

    PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY

         Master of Arts in Social Entrepreneurship and Change
         Master of Arts in Learning Technologies (Online)
         Master‘s Degree in Dispute Resolution
         LL.M. Degree in Dispute Resolution

    SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

         Bachelor of Science in Workforce Education and Development

    TRIDENT UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL (Online) (formerly TUI University)

         Business Administration:
               Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
               Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Criminal Justice
               Administration
               Master of Business Administration
               Master of Business Administration with Criminal Justice Administration
               Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration

         Health Sciences:
               Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
               Master of Science in Health Sciences
               Doctor of Philosophy in Health Sciences

         Computer Science:
              Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
              Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management
              Master of Science in Information Technology Management

         Education:
               Master of Arts in Education
               Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership




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    UNION INSTITUTE & UNIVERSITY

         Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Management
         Bachelor of Science in Public Administration

    UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE (Online)

         Master‘s Degree in Criminology, Law & Society

    UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI (Online)

         Master of Science in Criminal Justice

    UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

         Executive Master of Leadership Program

    WOODBURY UNIVERSITY

         Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership
         Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN SCHOOL OF LAW

         Juris Doctorate

    IRVINE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW

         College of Law:
               Juris Doctor (JD)
               Doctorate of Law (LLD)
               Paralegal (PL)
               Legal Form Administration (LFA)

    PACIFIC COAST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

         Juris Doctorate




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              AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERSITY
                        In partnership with LASD University Presents:

                                    Bachelor of Arts
                                   Bachelor of Science
                                     Master of Arts
American Military University (AMU) is a fully online university which is regionally accredited by the Higher
Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. AMU students are active working
adults in the military, public safety and national security sectors, and beyond. Founded to provide relevant
and affordable education to the military, AMU today serves a variety of students seeking liberal arts and
professional studies degrees and we place special program emphasis on programs in Homeland Security,
National Security, Intelligence and Emergency Disaster Management.
 .
ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS
At AMU, you can progress through your degree path faster. First, courses start monthly, because we know
your personal commitments don‘t always align with a traditional semester schedule. Second, we offer 8 and
16-week sessions for many classes, so you have the option to take more intense, 8-week courses when your
schedule allows.

AFFORDABILITY
Despite significant tuition rate hikes commonly found throughout the United States, AMU has a modest tuition
level for our undergraduate and graduate courses. AMU has also established a book grant so that
undergraduate students do not have to purchase their own books or pay for shipping costs, regardless of
where they are located. This represents a huge savings for our students. The grant is available to all AMU
undergraduate students throughout their degree program, providing the student maintains a 2.0 grade point
average.

AMU offers over 100 degree programs and certificates. The following courses are just a few of the degree
programs that maybe of interest to anyone in the public safety profession.

Bachelor of Arts
 Criminal Justice
 Emergency and Disaster Management
 General Studies
 Homeland Security
 Intelligence Studies
 International Relations
 Management
 Political Science
 Security Management
 Sociology
 Transportation and Logistics Management




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Bachelor of Science
Criminal Justice
Forensics
Environmental Studies
Fire Science
Information Systems Security
Information Technology
Information Technology Management
Legal Studies
Space Studies

Master’s
Business Administration
Management
Public Administration
Public Health
Criminal Justice
Homeland Security
Intelligence studies
National Security Studies
Security Management
Education

 For more information or to contact AMU’s Local LASDU representative, Dennis Porter please
              go to www.amuonline.com or e-mail Dennis at dporter@apus.edu

                                      Sergeant John Hunter
                                         LASD University
                                         (562) 946-7204
                                        jphunter@lasd.org

                                        OAIII Laura Galliher
                                         LASD University
                                          (562) 903-7571
                                         lagallih@lasd.org

                                    or visit the School’s website at:


                                    www.amuonline.com




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              CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
                   DOMINGUEZ HILLS
                                 In partnership with LASD University
                                               Presents

                         Bachelor of Science in Applied Studies
(Consists of courses in Business Management, Sociology, and Psychology with a minor
                                  in Communication)

              Master of Science Degree in Public Administration (MPA)
                     Master of Business Administration (MBA)

       PROGRAMS CAN BE COMPLETED ENTIRELY ON-LINE OR CAN BE MIXED IN A
            COMBINATION OF GROUND-BASED AND ONLINE FORMATS.

GOALS OF THE APPLIED STUDIES PROGRAM INCLUDE:

              Provide a bridge between technical experience and the broader knowledge from management
              theory and liberal arts offers studies that assist students in occupational leadership in their
              respective field;
              Provide key transferable skills for the workplace in areas of critical reasoning, problem solving, and
              clear communication;
              Offers a degree program that combines quality and efficiency through flexible delivery, convenient
              scheduling, and continuous faculty advising;
              Up to 18 units of lower division technical course work may be integrated as part of the degree.

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program is designed to provide a quality graduate professional
education for individuals entering or currently employed in public service and non-profit professions. This
asynchronous learning model reproduces the basic elements of a classroom teaching experience outside of the
classroom. As such, the MPA Online program incorporates the traditional classroom components of a teaching
faculty member, course materials, and the shared experiences of a cohort group of classmates.

The MPA degree provides graduates with the educational background and professional competencies needed
to secure administrative or managerial positions in a variety of public sector and non-profit organizations or
with preparation for doctoral study and careers in teaching and research.

California State University at Dominguez Hills is regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools
and Colleges.




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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING COSTS, AND PROGRAM DETAILS, CONTACT:

APPLIED STUDIES at WWW.APPLIEDSTUDIES.TV

         LANI DONNELLY – (310) 243-2870 or LDONNELLY@CSUDH.EDU

         MPA - MALIKA HORNE – (310) 243-2395 or MHORNE@CSUDH.EDU

         MBA - CATHI RYAN – (310) 243-2395 or CRYAN@CSUDH.EDU


For general information, please contact:

                                    Sergeant John Hunter
                                       LASD University
                                       (562) 946-7204
                                      jphunter@lasd.org

                                     OAIII Laura Galliher
                                      LASD University
                                       (562) 903-7571
                                      lagallih@lasd.org


                                   Or the school‘s website at

                        http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu/programs.php




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       CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
               LONG BEACH
                           In partnership with LASD University
                                        Presents a

               Master of Science in Criminal Justice

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice enhances the study of the criminal justice system with an
emphasis on the following areas: solid leadership and management skills, being an informed
consumer of criminal justice research, understanding conceptual and theoretical frameworks of crime
and criminal justice, and identifying current trends in corrections, policing, criminal justice and
criminology.

California State University at Long Beach is regionally accredited by the Western Association of
Schools and Colleges.



    FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CALL
                       UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AND EXTENSION
                            SERVICES, (800) 963-2250
                                        or
                DR. SAM TORRES at 562-985-5134 or storres2@csulb.edu

                                               or
                           OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                       lagallih@lasd.org

                                            or
                         SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER AT (562) 946-7204
                                    jphunter@lasd.org

                                    Or the school‘s website at

                       http://www.csulb.edu/colleges/chhs/departments/cj/




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       CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
               LOS ANGELES
                                In partnership with LASD University
                                             Presents a

              Master of Science in Public Administration
The Division of Extended Education, in conjunction with the Department of Political Science, offers you an
exciting opportunity to get your Master of Science degree in Public Administration in an intensive all-Saturday
course format. The program is modeled after Cal State L.A.‘s on-campus MSPA program, which is accredited by
the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA).

Designed for employees of the Los Angeles County Sheriff‘s Department and other professionals, the classes
are on Saturdays, from 8:10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break and a 30-minute mid-morning and
mid-afternoon coffee break. Classes will be taught at STARS Center in Whittier, CA.

As Cal State L.A. students, program participants will have full access to the University library, online databases,
and other resources.

Entrance Requirements:
       BA or BS degree
       GPA of 2.75 or better in the last 90-quarter units of undergraduate degree
       Admission to CSULA
       Admission to the Extended Education MSPA Program

Additional Requirements:
       Upon admission, students are required to satisfy the Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement
       (GWAR).

Student loans are also available to qualified applicants through the Cal State L.A. Federal Credit Union, located
across from campus at 2445 Mariondale Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90032, (323) 505-2600. You may also apply
online at www.calstatela-fcu.org.

In addition to the above financial assistance sources, you may also contact Cal State L.A.‘s Center for Student
Financial Aid, Student Affairs Bldg., Room 124, (323) 343-6260.

For academic advisement, contact:


                                        Siegrun Fox Freyss, Ph.D.
                                 California State University, Los Angeles
                                  (323) 343-2238, sfreyss@calstatela.edu




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For general information, contact:
                                       Joann Edmond
                                     Associate Director
                              Division of Extended Education
                          California State University, Los Angeles
                       (323) 343-4919, jedmon2@cslanet.calstatela.edu

                                       Sergeant John Hunter
                                          LASD University
                                          (562) 946-7204
                                         jphunter@lasd.org

                                        OAIII Laura Galliher
                                         LASD University
                                          (562) 903-7571
                                         lagallih@lasd.org

                                     or the School’s website at:

                                    www.calstatela.edu/exed/mspa




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    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
           NORTHRIDGE
                                In partnership with LASD University
                                             Presents a


         Master of Science in Public Administration
    California State University, Northridge is proud to offer a Master of Public Administration degree
    program at the Los Angeles School Police Department Headquarters in Los Angeles. The MPA is
    a professional degree for practitioners in the public sector or those who plan to work solving
    public sector problems.

                                                 HOW IT WORKS:
                                          Enrollment is guaranteed in every class.
                        Class schedule is already set for entire program, meeting one night a week.
                                Classes are presented one at a time in an accelerated mode.
              You join with other students as a cohort, and your group progresses through the program as a
                                                cohesive and supportive unit.

                                        ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
         A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Arts (B.A.) degree from an accredited college or university.
         Grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or above in the last 60 semester units or 90 quarter units.
         At least two years of work experience in the public, private or non-profit sector.

       FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE MPA PROGRAM, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:

                                     http://tsengcollege.csun.edu/mpa

                                          For advisement, contact:

               MPA Office: Patti Burleson at (818) 677-3217, patti.burleson@csun.edu

       Los Angeles School Police Department: J. Arana via email at jarana@laspd.com

                                 For general information, please contact:

                                          Sergeant John Hunter
                                             LASD University
                                   (562) 946-7204, jphunter@lasd.org

                                           OAIII Laura Galliher
                                            LASD University
                                    (562) 903-7571, lagallih@lasd.org

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    CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
          SAN BERNARDINO
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

                  Designated Subjects Career and Technical
                    Education (CTE) Teaching Credential
              Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies
                               (BCTS) degree
Programs can be completed entirely online or can be mixed in a combination of ground based and online
formats.

Goals of the Career and Technical Studies Program include:

         Provide teacher preparation to clear a Designated Subjects CTE Teaching Credential required for
         K-12, adult education, and some community colleges in preparation for teaching criminal justice
         and/or law enforcement classes in the public sector

         Provide professional development for law enforcement officers who currently serve or wish to
         serve the department in a instructional capacity

         Provide a bridge between law enforcement experience and the broader knowledge an
         educational degree serves to promote occupational leadership in law enforcement

         Provide competency-based transferable skills for teaching in areas of critical reasoning, problem
         solving, clear communication, curriculum development, assessing student progress, and delivery
         methods/strategies for adult learners

         Offer a degree program that recognizes subject matter expertise through documentation of work
         experience in a portfolio for credit toward the BCTS degree

         Provide a program that respects scholar's life experiences, encourages critical thinking through
         scholarly debate, and gives candidate ownership of their education through flexible scheduling
         and asynchronous delivery

         Up to 90 semester or 120 quarter units of lower division general education course work may be
         transferred to meet lower division requirements as part of the degree


The Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies (BCTS) is designed to provide candidates with
significant occupational and teaching experience the opportunity to have that experience count as partial
credit toward a baccalaureate degree. Applicants must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent
and five years of work experience and/or education directly related to each subject the candidate
teaches.

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In order to qualify for a Career and Technical Evaluation of Competency (CTEC), applicant must have at
least three years of full-time work experience, and at least 1500 clock hours of teaching experience.

Applicants must be admitted to the university and should take EVOC 335, Introduction to Career and
Technical Studies within the first academic year.
Note: Teaching experience includes providing on-the-job training throughout one's professional career
as well as classroom platform time.

California State University at San Bernardino is regionally accredited by the Western Association of
Schools and Colleges (WASC), Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), and the National Council for
Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

For further information regarding costs and program details, contact:


                      Donna Shea, BCTS Program Coordinator/Advisor
                         California State University, San Bernardino
                    (909) 537-5679, evoc@verizon.net or dshea@csusb.edu,
                         http://coe.csusb.edu/shea or http://cte-evoc.info


For general information, contact:

                                      Sergeant John Hunter
                                         LASD University
                                         (562) 946-7204
                                        jphunter@lasd.org

                                       OAIII Laura Galliher
                                        LASD University
                                         (562) 903-7571
                                        lagallih@lasd.org




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                CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY
                          In partnership with LASD University
                                       Presents a


                Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
The Master of Arts program in Criminal Justice prepares students for administrative, research,
and teaching positions. It is primarily designed to foster a learning community of criminal
justice professionals who will use cutting edge knowledge within law enforcement, correctional
and legal arenas. Program graduates will also be prepared for admission to doctoral programs
in crime and deviance, and for promotions within existing law enforcement, correctional and
legal institutions.

The Master of Arts program in Criminal Justice is committed to the interdisciplinary study of
criminal behavior and society‘s response to it. The program welcomes students who work within
a criminal justice profession, as well as those who have had little or no previous exposure to the
criminal justice system. Chapman University is regionally accredited through the Western
Association of Schools and Colleges.

If you have questions or would like to attend an informational meeting, please call:

                                     Sergeant John Hunter
                                        LASD University
                                        (562) 946-7204
                                       jphunter@lasd.org

                                      OAIII Laura Galliher
                                       LASD University
                                        (562) 903-7571
                                       lagallih@lasd.org



                                  Or the school‘s website at

                                    www.chapman.edu/




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                      COLUMBIA COLLEGE
                            In partnership with LASD University
                                         Presents a

                     Bachelor of General Studies
             Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in
                       Business Administration
          Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration
                 Master of Business Administration
                Master of Science in Criminal Justice
                                             (On-line)

Columbia College was founded in 1851 in Columbia, Missouri. It is accredited by the Higher Learning
Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The College has
more than 35 years of experience working with adult students. Columbia College has more than 30
campuses located throughout the United States and Cuba. Columbia College began an online delivery
system of its academic programs in 2000 that has grown to over 700 course sections each 8 weeks.

Columbia College offers degree programs in 8-week sessions which begin five times a year. Students may
enroll in two courses during an 8-week session, considered full-time; or take a single course at a time
during a session. Sessions begin in August, October, January, March and June. Students can start and
stop their academic program as their schedule allows.

Credit is accepted in transfer from other accredited colleges and universities, DANTES, CLEP, Military
training, police academy training, and other sources. There are two additional programs available to
members of Law Enforcement which allow for credit to be awarded based on training received from
attendance at training academies for police or corrections officers. The Partners in Law Enforcement (PiLE)
program grants 24 credit hours of course equivalency to students who meet the minimum of 400 hours of
police academy and are either currently working in the law enforcement field or who have completed the
academy in the past five years or less. Partners in Corrections (PiC) grants 24 semester hours of course
equivalency to students who have completed a minimum 275 hours basic training academy and are
current in the field or who have completed it in the past five years.

The admissions fee is waived for LASDU employees. The tuition rate at Columbia College is affordable
without additional discounts. The tuition for the 2010-2011 academic year for undergraduate online
courses is $225.00 per credit hour ($675 per course) and $330.00 per credit hour ($990 per course) for
graduate courses. There is also federal financial aid available for those who meet requirements for aid.




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Bachelor of General Studies
This degree is designed by the student and academic advisor and integrates coursework from across the
curriculum. It is intended for the student who desires a liberal arts and sciences bachelor‘s degree from
Columbia College but for whom there is not an appropriate major. Students can build the Bachelor of
General Studies around minors if desired.
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

The Bachelor‘s degrees in Business Administration (BA and BS) serve students from a variety of
backgrounds. The core curriculum reflects the recommendations of the Association of Collegiate Business
Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Students may earn a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration. In addition, students may elect majors in accounting, financial services, human
resource management, international business, management or marketing. A principle focus of the
program is to prepare students for entry-level positions and for advancement in various occupations and
professions.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration

The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration degree is designed to permit the pursuit of
different professional career goals while integrating the general study of criminal justice and law with
other relevant disciplines. A degree in criminal justice administration prepares students for entry-level
employment in the field, for promotion and leadership roles, and for graduate study. The program
provides an excellent academic foundation for students planning to go on to graduate studies or law
school.

Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) offers a balance of theory and practice. The mission of the
MBA program is to prepare working adults in the early stages of their careers in small or mid-sized
organizations with the knowledge, skills, and personal characteristics that will enhance performance in
their present occupation, and prepare them for advancement to upper-level management in the future.
The MBA program enhances career opportunities in the management of business firms or other formally
organized enterprises.

Master of Science in Criminal Justice

The Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) degree is designed primarily for practitioners in the field
of criminal justice interested in developing and/or enhancing administrative skills. The program is also
designed to meet the analytical and theoretical needs of students who will continue with doctoral or law
studies. The degree emphasizes four foundational areas; trends in criminal justice, policy development
and analysis, research design and ethics in criminal justice.


FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

   KEITH ABERNATHY – COLUMBIA COLLEGE, (800) 231-2391 ext. 7475, or at the college
                             website www.ccis.edu

          SGT. JOHN HUNTER, LASD UNIVERSITY, (562) 946-7204, jphunter@lasd.org

        OAIII LAURA GALLIHER, LASD UNIVERSITY, (562) 903-7571, lagallih@lasd.org


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                           MARIST COLLEGE
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

              Master of Public Administration for Law
                           Enforcement
                                           100% online (MPA)

Founded in 1929, Marist College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,
Commission on Higher Education, and recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. For the sixteenth
year in a row, Marist College is ranked in the top tier of colleges and universities in the northern United
States in the latest edition of the annual U.S. News & World Report America‘s Best Colleges 2010 guide.
Marist was ranked 15th out of 172 colleges and universities in the northern United States that offer a full
range of undergraduate and master‘s degree programs. The Princeton Review named Marist one of the
best 371 colleges in the country and Forbes and The Princeton Review call Marist one of the ―25 most
connected campuses‖ in America. The School is also listed as one of the top 290 business schools in the
world by The Princeton Review.

SPECIAL PRICING FOR LASD UNIVERSITY
Marist recognizes the importance of providing affordable educational opportunities. LASD sworn and
civilian employees, LASDU partners, along with their families, will receive the following benefits:

LASD University students will have an opportunity to enroll in an online Master of Public Administration
(MPA) flexible cohort degree program with other law enforcement professionals featuring tuition pricing
of $333 per credit

The discounted tuition rate also applies to family members of LASD University students.

Application fees will be waived for all employees applying to the online MPA

The MPA program is comprised of 39-42 credits of graduate coursework (13-14 courses). Fall and Spring
courses are eight weeks in length and summer courses are six weeks. Semester breaks are included. The
entire graduate degree program can be completed in just over two years.

TUITION AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Tuition for LASD University students in the MPA flexible cohort degree program will be fixed at $333 per
credit / $999 per course. This represents a savings of over 50% from their standard tuition of $695 per
credit / $2,185 per course and results in a total tuition cost of approximately $13,000. Students
participating through the LASD academic partnership will not qualify for additional scholarship assistance
but may be eligible for need-based financial aid.




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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

    LAURA ZUROWSKI - MARIST OFFICE OF GRADUATE & ADULT ENROLLMENT
         (888) 877-7900, graduate@marist.edu or adulted@marist.edu
                      Web: www.marist.edu/admission

                          Sergeant John Hunter
                             LASD University
                             (562) 946-7204
                            jphunter@lasd.org

                           OAIII Laura Galliher
                            LASD University
                             (562) 903-7571
                            lagallih@lasd.org




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      MOUNTAIN STATE UNIVERSITY
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

         Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership
         (Online)

         Master of Science in Strategic Leadership (Online)
Mountain State University helps students from law enforcement departments throughout the country
through flexible work-related leadership programs that keep the needs of officers in mind. It is the
University‘s honor to be listed as a LASD University partner. Because of MSU‘s commitment to those
working in law enforcement, the University offers a 20 percent tuition discount to Fraternal Order of Police
members for the bachelor‘s and master‘s program in leadership.

The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership is a practical degree focusing on enhancing skills in
critical thinking and problem solving to build confidence in the face of difficult decisions. Students with
professional law enforcement experience have the option of completing the degree with a concentration
in criminal justice administration.

The Master of Science in Strategic Leadership teaches students to effectively motivate others, establish a
team environment to improve their unit, and manage change. The M.S.S.L. can be completed in about 18
months, with no GRE or GMAT scores required for admission.

There are many other benefits to choosing MSU.
        Spouses of FOP members can also receive a tuition discount toward the online bachelor‘s and
        master‘s in leadership– 20 percent if the member spouse is currently enrolled in one of MSU‘s
        leadership programs, or 10 percent if only the nonmember spouse enrolls. Financial aid is
        available for qualifying students.
        MSU evaluates previous college courses and qualifying training for credit toward the bachelor‘s in
        leadership, at no charge. Depending on background and training, students may be able to
        complete the B.S.O.L. in as little as 18 months.
        General education and leadership classes are offered online, allowing students to complete
        coursework on their own time.

MSU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association
(312.263.0456, www.ncahlc.org).

For more information on how MSU can help you fulfill your educational goals, call 866.367.6781, e-
mail gomsu@mountainstate.edu, or visit http://leadership.mountainstate.edu.

                       Sergeant John Hunter, LASD University, (562) 946-7204
                                        jphunter@lasd.org

                         OAIII Laura Galliher LASD University, (562) 903-7571
                                            lagallih@lasd.org

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                 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

                 Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal
              Justice, Domestic Security Management, and
                         Public Administration
                 Master in Public Administration (MPA)
National University offers accelerated degree programs, specifically tailored to the needs of working
professionals. Students complete their degree while attending National University‘s intensive one-course
per month format. The flexibility of National University‘s programs has made it the second largest, non-
profit private institution for higher learning in California. Courses are offered to Department members at a
substantial discount. National University is regionally accredited through the Western Association of
Schools and Colleges.

                                    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PROGRAMS
Criminal Justice is the fastest growing discipline in the United States. As policing becomes more and more
sophisticated, an ever-increasing number of crimes are prevented or solved through the use of DNA
evidence and computer forensics. National University offers bachelor degree programs in Criminal Justice
and Domestic Security Management (Homeland Security). The university also offers a Bachelor degree in
Information Technology Management.

                                   MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMS
In addition to its bachelor‘s degree programs, national University also offers a Master of Public
Administration (MPA) and Master of Science in Managing Information Systems (MSIS). The programs
consist of 12 courses and take approximately one year to complete. Courses are offered in the same
intensive one-course per month format as the bachelors degree programs.

If you have questions or would like to attend an informational meeting, please call:


                              KATHERINE RISK AT (310) 662-2014
                                         krisk@nu.edu
                                               or
                           OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                       lagallih@lasd.org
                                               or
                          SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER AT (562) 946-7204
                                      jphunter@lasd.org

                                       Or the school‘s website at
                                              www.nu.edu

Rev 07/2011
               PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

              Master of Arts in Social Entrepreneurship and
                                  Change
              Master of Arts in Learning Technologies (Online)
The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) is pleased to partner with
the Los Angeles County Sheriff‘s Department University (LASDU)—a consortium of universities whose
mission is to provide LASDU students with accessible, multi-varied learning programs that will enhance
personal and professional growth; promote a lifelong commitment to learning; and enable all Department
employees to better serve their community. This goal is aligned with GSEP‘s mission to cultivate graduates
with a focus on purpose, service, and leadership.

LASD officers, staff, and qualifying family members* are eligible for 5 percent tuition scholarship.
Additional financial aid and other scholarships are available to all students who qualify.

* Spouses, as well as children who apply to the program by age 25.

Education Division

         Master of Arts in Social Entrepreneurship and Change
            o Students explore the root causes of local and global social and economic problems, and
                 develop models for sustainable solutions. Applicable for students interested in working in
                 advocacy, philanthropy, or nonprofit management.
            o Curriculum builds business, management, and leadership proficiency, and includes real-
                 world preparation through a hands-on global change experience.
            o The technology-blended format, with 40 percent online coursework and 60 percent face-
                 to-face sessions, is accommodating for the working professional. The program can be
                 completed in less than two years (or 5 terms, even while working full-time).

         Master of Arts in Learning Technologies (Online)
            o 85 percent of coursework is conducted online
            o Can be completed in as little as one year
            o Action research projects provide practical experience applicable to your workplace
            o Faculty mentorship and tight-knit cohort model offer supportive learning environment
            o Awarded 2007 Best Practices Platinum Award for Online Distance Learning Programming
                 by the United States Distance Learning Association
            o Click on link above to view video

         Master of Arts in Education
         Master of Arts in Education with Teaching Credential
         Master of Science in Administration and Preliminary Administrative Services Credential
         Ed.D. in Learning Technologies
         Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership

Rev 07/2011
         Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy

Prospective students of the Education Division may attend an information meeting or contact Melissa
Mansfield at 310-568-5622 or melissa.mansfield@pepperdine.edu to schedule a personal consultation.

Psychology Division

         Master of Arts in Psychology
         Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (Day)
         Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (Evening)
         Doctor in Psychology in Clinical Psychology

Prospective students of the Psychology Division may attend an information meeting or contact Nicole
Bassett Goodkind at 310-568-5606 or nicole.bassett@pepperdine.edu to schedule a personal
consultation.

To learn more about GSEP, visit our website.

For general information, please contact:

                                         Sergeant John Hunter
                                            LASD University
                                            (562) 946-7204
                                           jphunter@lasd.org

                                          OAIII Laura Galliher
                                           LASD University
                                            (562) 903-7571
                                           lagallih@lasd.org




Rev 07/2011
               PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

                     Master’s in Dispute Resolution (MDR)
                         LL.M. in Dispute Resolution
                       Certificate in Dispute Resolution
The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law has partnered with the
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department University (LASDU), a consortium of universities whose mission
is to provide LASDU students with accessible, multi-varied learning programs that will enhance personal
and professional growth; promote a lifelong commitment to learning; and enable all Department
employees to better serve their community.

LASD University students and their qualifying family members are eligible for a 5 percent tuition
scholarship. Qualifying members include spouses, and children who apply to the program by age 25.

All academic programs can be pursued on a full time or part time basis with courses available in a one
week, two week, two weekend and the traditional fifteen week format. All applicants must hold a
minimum of a bachelor's degree and eligible programs include:

Certificate in Dispute Resolution
This 14 unit program consists of seven academic courses in negotiation, mediation, arbitration,
interviewing skills and three elective courses. The Certificate program is designed to provide a foundation
of the various dispute resolution processes.

Masters in Dispute Resolution (M.D.R.)
This 32 unit program consists of sixteen academic courses which include foundational courses in
negotiation, mediation, arbitration, interviewing and expanding into broader courses like Psychology of
Conflict, Communication and Conflict and Cross-Cultural Conflict and Dispute Resolution. The M.D.R.
program places a larger focus on skills through the Mediation Clinic, where students mediated cases at
Los Angeles Superior Court, and the externship program. Participants in this program come from a
variety of law and non-law fields.

LL.M. in Dispute Resolution
The LL.M. program is an advanced law degree and requires the minimum of a JD degree or an
international law degree. This is a 28 unit program that balances theory through the academic courses,
practice through the Mediation Clinic and externship program and research through the LL.M.
Independent Study.
                                      For More Information Contact:
                                               Sarah Gonzales
                                             Assistant Director
                                  Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
                                   Pepperdine University School of Law
                                     sarah.gonzales@pepperdine.edu
                                           Phone: 310-506-4655

Rev 07/2011
   SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
                         In partnership with LASD University
                                      Presents a

          Bachelor of Science Degree in Workforce
                 Education & Development
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (SIUC) has offered a regionally accredited Bachelor of Science
Degree in Southern California for over thirty years. SIU grants 44 semester hours of FREE transfer credit
for law enforcement academies, P.O.S.T., other accredited Administration of Justice courses, and for
corresponding work experience. SIU is accredited through the North Central Association of Colleges and
Schools. Enrollment with SIU is available to any adult who has completed 14 semester hours of college
credit for their occupational training and 2.5 years of corresponding work experience.

At our Riverside, CA location we offer a combination of six weekend classroom courses and six ‗online‘
Independent Study courses. More specifically, we offer the twelve courses that are the ‗major‘ or senior
level courses in the degree. These courses are designed to be completed in one year, and at the end of
the year students have earned 36 semester hours of credit. The six weekend courses are taught on an
alternating weekend format – three weekends, per course, in two months. In the same two month
timeframe students complete one online course. Class hours are 8 AM – 3 PM Saturday and Sunday.

SIU does not require an Associates Degree to enroll in our ‗major‘ senior level courses.

               If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call:

              MYRON CLEVELAND, PROGRAM COORDINATOR, AT (951) 682-5553
                                       or

                            OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                        lagallih@lasd.org
                                                or

                          SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER AT (562) 946-7204
                                     jphunter@lasd.org

                                       Or the school‘s website at

                                               www.siu.edu




Rev 07/2011
   TRIDENT UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL
                                (Formerly TUI University)

                                In partnership with LASD University
                                                 presents:


                                Bachelor of Science
                                Masters of Science
                                       And
                                  Ph.D. Degrees
TUI is a fully online, convenient, quality focused university, which is regionally accredited by the Western
Association of Schools and Colleges (WSAC). LASD and Los Angeles County employees benefit from TUI‘s
friendly credit transfer policy* and learning-centered approach, resulting in high retention rates. In
addition to no-campus visits (meaning no commute), state-of-the-art technology – combining CD ROM
and Internet based delivery method –TUI offers special tuition discounts to LASDU personnel and to LA
County employees.
                                      ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS
TUI offers Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D. degrees in Business Administration, Health Sciences, Education,
Information Technology Management and Computer Science. County employees will find specialized
concentrations in Criminal Justice Administration, Human Resources (HRCI approved); Public
Management; Negotiation and Conflict Management; Health Care Management; Emergency and Disaster
Management; Educational Leadership; and Information Technology Security (see list below).


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration           Bachelor of Science in IT Management
BSBA – Contract Management
BSBA - Criminal Justice Administration                   Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
BSBA – Degree Completion
BSBA – Finance                                           Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
BSBA - General Management                                BSHS – Environmental Health Science
BSBA – Hospitality Management                            BSHS - Health Care Management
BSBA - Human Resource Management                         BSHS - Health Educator - School Health
BSBA - Information Technology                            BSHS - Health Educator - Chemical Dependency
BSBA - Logistics Management                              BSHS - Health Educator - Family Health
BSBA - Marketing                                         BSHS - Health Educator – Nutrition
                                                         BSHS - Health Educator - Emergency & Disaster Mgmt
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource                    BSHS - Professional Degree Completion
Management




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Master in Business Administration                                   Master of Science in Emergency and Disaster
MBA - Conflict and Negotiation Management                           Management
MBA - Criminal Justice Administration                               Master of Science in Health Administration
MBA - Entrepreneurship
MBA – Finance                                                       Master of Science in Health Sciences
MBA - General Management                                            MSHS - Clinical Research Administration
MBA - Human Resource Management                                     MSHS - Emergency and Disaster Management
MBA - Information Technology                                        MSHS - Health Care Management
MBA - International Business                                        MSHS - Health Care Management with Informatics
MBA - Logistics Management                                          MSHS - Health Education
MBA - Marketing                                                     MSHS - International Health
MBA - Public Management                                             MSHS - Law and Expert Witness
MBA - Strategic Leadership                                          MSHS - Public Health
Master of Science in Human Resource Management                      Master of Arts in Education
                                                                    MAED - Adult Education
Master of Science in Information Technology                         MAED - Aviation Education
Management                                                          MAED - Children’s Literacy Development
MSITM – Business Intelligence                                       MAED - Early Childhood Education
MSITM – Information Security/Assurance & Digital                    MAED - Educational Leadership and Administration
Forensics                                                           MAED - E-Learning
                                                                    MAED - Enrollment Management
                                                                    MAED - Higher Education
                                                                    MAED - Teaching and Instruction
                                                                    MAED - Training and Development

      * Credit transfer accepted from Community College, CA POST Command College, FBI
                   National Academy, DANTES, CLEP, Military, ACE, and more…
                                                       (* HR Certificate Institute approved)
     * LASD Detective College graduates may transfer up to 8 semester credits to the BSBA
                     with a concentration in Criminal Justice Administration.
    * LASD DLI and CA POST SB SLI graduates may transfer up to 12 semester credits to the
                                     BSBA degree program
                      *Transfer is on a case-by-case basis upon evaluation and approval of the Dean.


  Reduced tuition for LASDU sworn, civilian employees, spouses, and dependents: From $295.00 to
  $250.00 per semester credit for bachelor’s level (15%), and from $345.00 to $250.00 per semester credit
  for master’s level (27.5%). No cost for textbooks with free access to the cyber library and the $75.00
  application fee for LASD employees is waived for the bachelor‘s and master‘s degree programs.
  Financial aid, VA benefits processing, and payment plans are available.

  If you have questions, please call or email:
           KELLY CHASE - (714) 816-0366 ext. 2045 or 2019 – kchase@tuiu.edu
           LT. (RET.) BOB TOLICH - (800) 451-2269 – rtolich@tuiu.edu
           OAIII LAURA GALLIHER - (562) 903-7571 - lagallih@lasd.org
           SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER - (562) 946-7204 - jphunter@lasd.org

                                    Or the school‘s website at www.trident.edu
                 Request Information: https://cnsss.tuiu.edu/public/inquiry_webad.php




  Rev 07/2011
       UNION INSTITUTE & UNIVERSITY
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

                Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
                            Management
              Bachelor of Science in Public Administration
Union Institute and University is a regionally accredited (North Central Association of Colleges and
Schools) private university founded in 1964. Union Institute and University offers both tutorial (distance
learning) and on ground models of instruction. Each student is assigned a subject matter expert as their
faculty advisor. Faculty is comprised of professors with extensive real world experience. Programs are
created and taught by experienced police professionals. Students can enter the program every 8 weeks.

ACCELERATED FORMAT
Students entering the 8 week on ground cohort only meet 5 times over the 8 week period.

DISTANCE LEARNING GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS
If students meet the prerequisites for admission, students may complete college credit courses for English,
Math, Humanities, Natural and Social Sciences taken in a distance and/or online learning format.
Students have the option of testing via the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). If a passing score
is achieved, they may receive credit for the appropriate courses with no other work required.

WORK EXPERIENCE CREDITS
If students meet the prerequisites, Union Institute and University may award college units toward the
completion of a degree based on work experience. For example, a Basic POST Certificate could count as
up to 32 units in either a major or elective category. Intermediate and Advanced POST Certified training
may make students eligible for up to an additional 30 units. A maximum of 90 units may be transferable
to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Management or a Bachelor of Science in Public
Administration.

For questions regarding these programs, contact:

         JOHN ANDREWS - (888) 862-9950 ext 1724 or (562) 355-1201 or
         john.Andrews@tui.edu
         OAIII LAURA GALLIHER - (562) 903-7571 or lagallih@lasd.org
         SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER - (562) 946-7204 or jphunter@lasd.org

                               Or the school’s website at www.tui.edu




Rev 07/2011
  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a


                 Master’s Degree in Criminology, Law &
                            Society (Online)
   The Master of Advanced Study (MAS) in Criminology, Law & Society is designed to serve
   the needs of working professionals in the criminal justice, legal, and social service
   communities. It consists of 52 units of coursework, an equivalent of two full years (6
   quarters) of study. Though mostly online, all students are required to attend a five-day,
   accelerated, face-to-face course, Introduction to Criminology, Law and Society, on the UC
   Irvine campus in September.

   The University of California, Irvine is nationally ranked among the 11 best public
   universities in the U.S. News and World Report. The UCI Department of Criminology, Law
   and Society is in the top 5 of the nation‘s leading programs in criminology, criminal justice,
   and legal studies (U.S. News and World Report 2009). You will study with internationally
   recognized faculty who have been educating students in the field for almost three
   decades and who have designed a program for those individuals that demand both
   excellence in education and the convenience of completing their degree online.

   The University of California, Irvine has partnered with LASDU to offer all employees and
   their immediate family members a 5% tuition discount. In order to be eligible for this
   discount, students must contact the MAS Program Assistant Director and demonstrate
   proof of employment with a public service agency affiliated with LASDU prior to
   registration and enrollment.

   The University of California, Irvine is regionally accredited by the Western Association of
   Schools and Colleges.

   For information regarding this program, please contact:

                      Adrianna Lopez, Assistant Director- MAS Program
                             (949) 824-5462 adriannl@uci.edu
          Sergeant John Hunter, LASD University: (562) 946-7204, jphunter@lasd.org

              OAIII Laura Galliher, LASD University: (562) 903-7571, lagallih@lasd.org

                    Or the school‘s website at http://clsmas.soceco.uci.edu/



Rev 07/2011
              UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
                             In partnership with LASD University
                                          Presents a

              Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice
                                                    (Online)

                                     rd
The University of Cincinnati ranks 3 in Criminology and Criminal Justice in the U.S. News and World
Report‘s America’s Best Graduate Schools. Classes are taught in a distance learning format.

                                              Program Overview
The Master of Science degree program in Criminal Justice is designed to meet the needs of students who
are preparing for careers in criminal justice as well as those planning doctoral study. Master‘s training
focuses on development of knowledge and skills in the areas of management, administration, theory, and
research. The program is located at the nexus of theory and practice to ensure that students are grounded
in criminal justice theory, understand the practical implications of theory, and have the ability to perform
rudimentary analysis of both theory and practice. The Master of Science program is open to pre-service
and in-service applicants, on a part-time basis. The program can be completed full-time in just over one
year.


The University of Cincinnati has partnered with LASDU to offer all employees enrolled in the 2-year, online
Master of Science in Criminal Justice a $250 book credit for every quarter the student is satisfactorily
enrolled in the program. In order to receive the stipend each term, students must be currently employed
with the LASD and meet the minimum academic requirements established by the University of Cincinnati
Division of Criminal Justice.

For questions regarding these programs, contact:

                          AMANDA WELCH AT (407) 573-2000 ext. 487
                              awelch@compassknowledgel.com

                          SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER AT (562) 946-7204
                                     jphunter@lasd.org

                            OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                        lagallih@lasd.org

                                          Or the school‘s website at
                                                www.uc.edu/
                                                     or
                                          http://www.cjonline.uc.edu




Rev 07/2011
 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                           In partnership with LASD University
                                        Presents a

              Executive Master of Leadership Degree
The Executive Master of Leadership is a program for leaders and with leaders, who desire personal and
professional transformational change. This program is designed to allow you to lead from your core
values and to profoundly contribute to your organization and your community.

                                            Program Overview
Applicants for the Executive Master of Leadership degree must possess five or more years of work
experience with progressively greater levels of responsibility to be admitted to the program.


Candidates for admission must have earned a bachelor‘s degree from an accredited college or university
with a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Exceptions to the minimum GPA requirements may be made
when justified by exceptional work experience and letters of recommendation.


Currently, the Core Courses are in a condensed format and meet for 8 days all day Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and some Sundays once per month on campus at USC. Elective classes are on campus and may
not be offered in a condensed format. The degree can take up to two years to complete.

For questions regarding these programs, contact:

                            CHRISTINE SCHACHTER (213) 740-3415
                                      schachte@usc.edu
                                               or
                             RICH CALLAHAN AT (916) 803-7022
                                       rcallaha@usc.edu
                                               or
                           OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                       lagallih@lasd.org

                         SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER AT (562) 946-7204
                                    jphunter@lasd.org

                                     Or the school‘s website at
               http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/programs/masters/eml/index.html




Rev 07/2011
               WOODBURY UNIVERSITY
                              In partnership with LASD University
                                           Presents a

          Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership
           Master of Arts in Organization Leadership

Woodbury University was established in 1884, and is regionally accredited by the Western Association of
Schools and Colleges (WASC). Organizational Leadership is a recognized degree for those interested in
management and leadership positions in the public or private sectors. The program offers students a
variety of benefits, including smaller classes, professional faculty, accelerated courses, flexible scheduling,
interactive classroom format, on-site academic advising, financial aid advising, and convenient class
schedules.

                                     BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAM
The Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership focuses on understanding human behavior;
principles of effective leadership, organizational structure, ethical behavior, decision making principles,
communication processes, and principles of effective management. All employees of Los Angeles County
are eligible for this degree program. An Associate of Arts degree (AA) or the equivalent is required for
admission. Graduates of the Deputy Leadership Institute (DLI) continuum benefit from additional
credit transfer to this degree.

                                      MASTER OF ARTS PROGRAM
Students must possess a Bachelors Degree from an accredited institution to be considered for admission.
The program consists of ten courses and requires one year to complete. Classes are presented in an
intensified 5-week format. The Los Angeles County Department of Human Resources recognizes degrees
in Organizational Leadership as applicable for promotion.

If you have questions or would like to attend an informational meeting, please call:

                                GLISORY COLON AT (818) 252-5234
                                     glisery.colon@woodbury.edu
                                                    or
                             OAIII LAURA GALLIHER AT (562) 903-7571
                                            lagallih@lasd.org
                                                    or
                             SERGEANT JOHN HUNTER (562) 946-7204
                                           jphunter@lasd.org

                                     Or the school‘s website at
                            http://www.woodbury.edu/s/131/index.aspx or
                                      www.woodbury.edu/MOL




Rev 07/2011
              EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE
                          In partnership with LASD University
                                      Presents an


                          Associate of Arts Degree
                             WORK EXPERIENCE CREDITS

If students meet the prerequisites, ELAC may award college units toward the completion of an
AA degree based on work experience. For example, elective credits may be awarded for AJ-6,
Patrol School; AJ-160, Police Supervision; and AJ-75, Introduction to Corrections. Credit may also
be awarded for certain in-service courses.


For questions regarding these programs, contact:


                          PATRICK HAUSER at hauserp@elac.edu


For general information, please call:

                                     Sergeant John Hunter
                                        LASD University
                                        (562) 946-7204
                                       jphunter@lasd.org

                                      OAIII Laura Galliher
                                       LASD University
                                        (562) 903-7571
                                       lagallih@lasd.org



                                   Or the school‘s website at


                                          www.elac.edu




Rev 07/2011
                                  LAW SCHOOLS

     IRVINE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW
                                  Evening and Weekend Classes
                                        Flexible Schedule
                                Convenient for the Working Adult
                                       Affordable Tuition
                                          Small Classes
COLLEGE OF LAW:
Juris Doctor (JD)
Doctorate of Law (LLD)
Paralegal (PL)
Legal Form Administration (LFA)

Goals of the applied studies include:
        Practical legal education for today‘s students.
        Providing affordable, legal instruction for today‘s progressive student.
        Practicing attorney faculty combining classroom lectures with issues.
        Facing the present-day attorney in our world today.

The purpose of the College of Law is to develop the intellectual analytical skills of students to master the
interpretation of the law to succeed as a professional in the legal field. The law professors use modern
methods of instruction familiar to the successful business person such as role playing the interactive
teaching techniques.

Irvine University is licensed by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Vocational Education (BPPVE),
and approved by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State of California (CBE).


               For further information regarding costs, and program details, contact:

                             Irvine University at www.irvineuniversity.edu
                                        Or call (562) 865-7111




Rev 07/2011
              ABRAHAM LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
                    SCHOOL OF LAW
Abraham Lincoln University School of Law (ALU) offers a Juris Doctorate program tailored to the needs of
busy, working people. ALU is the only program that offers both on-line and classroom lectures. The
student decides how they want to participate. ALU‘s state-of-the-art facilities are second to none. In fact,
ALU is the only school of law that has live-streaming video where students can interact with their
professors from home. ALU‘s four-year program provides a great alternative for working adults who want
to earn a law degree.


                                     For further information contact:
                             JASON PESIGAN, Manager of Admissions,
                                   (213) 252-5100, jpesigan@alu.edu
                                                     or
                                   Visit their website at www.alu.edu.




 PACIFIC COAST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
                LAW
Pacific Coast University (PCU) was founded in 1927, and is located in the city of Long Beach. The program
offers a traditional curriculum in law, leading to the Juris Doctor degree and qualifying graduates to sit for
the General Bar Examination of California. PCU has a proud history of serving the needs of hard-working
people raising families and trying to advance themselves despite limited funds. To ensure a quality
education, PCU‘s classes are small, limited to 50 students, so that instructors are accessible for questions
and discussion.


     For further information regarding PCU please call CHUCK HICKS at (562) 961-8200 or at
                                         vicedean@pculaw.com
                                                     or
                                 Visit their website at www.pculaw.com.




Rev 07/2011
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES

ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE      COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
3041 W. Avenue K             26455 Rockwell Canyon Rd.
Lancaster, CA 93536          Santa Clarita, CA 91355
661-722-6300                 661-259-7800
www.avc.edu                  www.canyons.edu


CERRITOS COLLEGE             COMPTON COLLEGE
1110 Alondra Blvd.           1111 East Artesia Blvd.
Norwalk, CA 90650            Compton, CA 90221
562-860-2451                 310-900-1699
www.cerritos.edu             www.compton.cc.ca.us


CHAFFEY COLLEGE              CYPRESS COLLEGE
5585 Haven Avenue            9200 Valley View Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737   Cypress, CA 90630
909-987-1737                 714-484-7000
www.chaffey.edu              www.cypresscollege.edu


CITRUS COLLEGE               EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE
1000 W. Foothill Blvd.       1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
Glendora, CA 91741           Monterey Park, CA 91754
626-963-0323                 323-265-8650
www.citruscollege.edu        www.elac.edu


COASTLINE COLLEGE            EL CAMINO COLLEGE
11460 Warner Ave.            16007 Crenshaw Blvd.
Fountain Valley, CA 92708    Torrance, CA 90506
714-546-7600                 310-532-3670
www.cccd.edu                 www.elcamino.edu


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FULLERTON COLLEGE                  LA HARBOR COLLEGE
321 East Chapman Avenue            1111 Figueroa Place
Fullerton, CA 92832                Wilmington, CA 90744
714-992-7000                       310-233-4000
www.fullcoll.edu                   www.lahc.edu


GLENDALE COLLEGE                   L.A. PIERCE COLLEGE
1500 N. Verdugo Road               6201 Winnetka Avenue
Glendale, CA 91208                 Woodland Hills, CA 91371
818-893-1000                       818-347-0551
www.glendale.edu                   www.piercecollege.com


GOLDENWEST COLLEGE                 L.A. SOUTHWEST COLLEGE
15744 Goldenwest                   1600 West Imperial Highway
Huntington Beach, CA 92647         Los Angeles, CA 90047
714-892-7711                       323-241-5225
http://www.goldenwestcollege.edu   www.lasc.edu


IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE              L.A. VALLEY COLLEGE
5500 Irvine Center Drive           5800 Fulton Avenue
Irvine, CA 92618                   Van Nuys, CA 91401
949-451-5100                       818-947-2600
www.ivc.edu                        www.lavc.cc.ca.us


LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE            MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE
4901 East Carson Street            1100 North Grand Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90808               Walnut, CA 91789
562-938-4206                       909-594-5611
www.lbcc.edu                       http://www.mtsac.edu

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ORANGE COAST COLLEGE                     SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
2701 Fairview Rd.                        28000 Marguerite Pkwy
Costa Mesa, CA 92626                     Mission Viejo, CA 92692
714-432-0202                             949-582-4500
www.occ.cccd.edu                         www.saddleback.cc.ca.us


PASADENA CITY COLLEGE                    SAN BERNARDINO COLLEGE
1570 East Colorado Blvd.                 701 S. Mt Vernon Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106                       San Bernardino, CA 92410
626-585-7123                             909-384-4401
www.pasadena.edu                         www.sbccd.cc.ca.us


RIO HONDO COLLEGE                        SANTA ANA COLLEGE
3600 Workman Mill Road                   1530 W. 17th Street
Whittier, CA 90601                       Santa Ana, CA 92706
562-692-0921                             714-564-6000
http://www.riohondo.edu                  www.sac.edu


RIVERSIDE COLLEGE                        WEST LA COLLEGE
4800 Magnolia Avenue                     9000 Overland Avenue
Riverside, CA 92506                      Los Angeles, CA 90230
909-222-8000                             310-287-4200
http://www.rcc.edu/riverside/index.cfm   www.wlac.cc.ca.us




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