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Lake Region State College

Evidence Collection

Fingerprinting

Firearms

Hazardous Materials

High Risk Traffic Stops

ND Criminal Law

Photography

Physical Fitness

Police Ethics

Police Tactics

Radar/Ladar

Radio Telecommunications

Report Writing

Rules of Evidence

Traffic Law

Certificate

CJ 101

3

CJ 102

2

CJ 104

2

CJ 150

3

CJ 155

4

CJ 201

3

HPER 165

2

HPER 265

1

Associate in Applied Science

The Associate in Applied Science in Law

Enforcement Degree is designed to

serve individuals seeking a career in law

enforcement. Course work is designed to

meet entrance requirements of several law

enforcement agencies in North Dakota that

require a two year college education.

Students that graduate from the Peace

Officer Training Program first, can complete

the Associate in Applied Science in Law

Enforcement either on campus or online.

Individuals who declare Law Enforcement as

a major must begin the application process

for the Peace Officer Training program

during their third semester at Lake Region

State College.

CJ 101

3

CJ 102

2

CJ 104

2

Academic Information

CJ 150

3

CJ 155

4

CJ 201

3

HPER 165

2

HPER 265

1

BOTE 127 or CSCI 101

3

COMM 110

3

ENGL 110

3

ENGL 120 or ENGL 125

3

POLS 115

3

POLS 116

3

Lab Science

4

Program Electives

9

Electives

9

Following is a list of suggested electives to

complete the requirements for the Associate

in Applied Science Degree. Lake Region

State College requires a minimum of 60

semester hours of credit to complete this

degree.

CJ 160

3

CJ 210

3

CJ 220

3

HPER 100

3

MATH 103

3

POLS 236

3

PSYC 100

3

PSYC 111

3

PSYC 270

3

SOC 110

3

SOC 115

3

SOC 235

3

SOC 252

3

Simulator Maintenance

Technician

Technicians troubleshoot, repair, and

maintain the electronic and mechanical

components of simulator trainers.

Competencies include using appropriate

tools to analyze simulator malfunctions,

testing equipment, and analyzing technical

data to localize, isolate, and otherwise

determine the location of a faulty

component or system problem. Technicians

must also be prepared to remove, replace,

and/or repair faulty components.