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MICHIGAN STATE POLICE

DEGREE PATHWAYS FOR TROOPERS AND CIVILIANS

Cleary University, in partnership with the Michigan State Police, have established an education alliance designed with public safety professionals in mind. With key custom degree completion pathway established to maximize your work and life experience. This custom program provides public safety professionals at every stage of their career an opportunity finish what they started and earn a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a concentration in Diversity, Leadership, and Public Safety.

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Informational Session

Attend an upcoming informational session (via Zoom) about the Cleary Public Safety program.

(Click a link below to add the event to your calendar.)
Wednesday, November 29, 10 am
Monday, December 5, 6 pm
Tuesday, December 6, 2 pm
Thursday, December 8, 10 am

Why Cleary?

Convenient: Classes are designed with you in mind and meet one night per week in six (6) week sessions at a convenient regional location or on the campus of Cleary University.

Affordable: Your maximum annual out-of-pocket cost is only $9,000 for the undergraduate pathway and $11,500 for the graduate Pathway (includes all technology fees and course materials) and can be further reduced with the application of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on an annual basis.

Custom Design: Knowing that no two public safety professionals are at the same place in their education, Cleary has crafted three custom tracks to help these professionals earn their degrees. 

Credits You Deserve: Understanding learning takes place beyond the classroom Cleary has established a custom prior learning and work life assessment process to help you save time and money towards your degree.

Priority Enrollment and Registration: As a partner, students will receive concierge support to ensure the admissions and enrollment is hassle free.

Team-Oriented: With cohort-based pathways, Michigan State Police will study and work together throughout their programs of study.

Custom designed in collaboration with the Michigan State Police Department, the BBA in Diversity, Leadership and Public Safety includes the following:

EXPERIENCED PUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONALS
30 CREDITS | 12 MONTHS

PLA 4999 – ACADEMIC PRIOR LEARNING PORTFOLIO (6)
COM 3100 – COMMUNICATING TO A SHRINKING WORLD (3)
MGT 4071 – ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3)
MKT 3000 – TRANSACTIONAL MARKETING (3)
MGT 3400 – MANAGING PROJECTS AND PROCESSES IN ORGANIZATIONS (3)
LED 6130 – LEADING EFFECTIVELY ACROSS DIFFERENCES (3)
LED 6120 – CHANGE AND LEADERSHIP (3)
LED 6550 – LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS (3)
LED 4900 – PUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR (3)

Custom designed in collaboration with the Michigan State Police Department, the MBA in Leadership includes the following:

MBA TRACK
33 CREDITS | 12 – 16 MONTHS

ECO 6450 – Managerial Economics (3 cr.)
MGT 6200 – Organizational Adaptation (3 cr.)
MKT 6800 – Strategic Customer Creation (3 cr.)
STR 6200 – Strategic Operations (3 cr.)
MGT 6400 – Collective Impact (3 cr.)
MKT 6100 – Disruptive Marketing (3 cr.)
FIN 6300 – Financial Viability (3 cr.)
LAW 6500 – Legal Thinking (3 cr.)
LED 6250 – Power and Leadership (3 cr.)
LED 6130 – Leading Across Differences (3 cr.)
MBA 6900 – Leadership Seminar (3 cr.)

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Officer Alexander completes degree at Cleary University.

Romel Alexander started working toward his bachelor’s degree in 1983, right after high school, but “I never finished what I started,” the 30-year veteran of the Detroit Police department admits. That’s why the opportunity with Cleary University was one he couldn’t pass up.