NYPD Leadership Course Outline

 

The courses are designed to encourage undergraduate and graduate students to explore a conceptual framework of modern police leadership, address the new global realities that managers and supervisors need to change their leadership styles, and meet the challenges and requirements of a culturally diverse society and workforce.

Students will also be able to discuss and explore the impact of racial and ethnic diversity, social structure, and oppression in the United States with particular emphasis on policing and police supervision in NYC. Other courses examine the impact of racial and cultural myths and realities on police perceptions and responses to crime, and on community perceptions and responses to law enforcement.

Undergraduate Course Outline

Required Courses:
ANT 130 (formerly ETH 190) - Policing in a Multiracial and Multicultural City (3 credits)
PSC 135 (formerly PSC 191) - Supervisory Leadership for Police Services (3 credits)

Electives:
(Select two of the following courses. Students must have successfully completed ANT 130 and PSC 135 in order to register for elective courses). 

HIS 214 - Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States (3 credits) 
LAW 313 - The Law and Politics of Race Relations (3 credits) 
CRJ 321 - Police Ethics (3 credits) 

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Graduate Non-Degree Course Outline

Required Courses: 
CRJ 810 - Police Leadership (3 credits) 
CRJ 738 - Perspectives on Race and Crime in America (3 credits) 
CRJ 742 - Police Ethics (3 credits)

Electives:
(Select one of the following courses. Students must have successfully completed CRJ 810, 738, and 742 in order to register for the elective course).
CRJ 748 - Counter-Terrorism Policy for Law Enforcement (3 credits) 
PAD 706 – Bureaupathology (3 credits) 

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