Kaplan University Graduate Credit Program
FBI-LEEDA is proud to announce its association with Kaplan University (KU). The university will provide up to two (2) semester hours credit for the FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute, two (2) semester hours credit for the FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute, and five (5) semester credit hours for the FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute, not to exceed a total of nine (9) semester hours for the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy, counting as electives towards the completion of a Graduate Degree in Criminal Justice or Public Administration at KU. These degrees are offered completely online.
Kaplan University has signed an MOU with FBI-LEEDA to allow this consideration for all those who successfully complete any of the Trilogy leadership courses and award semester credit hours as approved by KU faculty review. Sworn law enforcement personnel also may be considered for additional undergraduate prior learning credit based on professional education and training. All additional credit must be evaluated and awarded in accordance with the established standards of KU for prior learning assessment. Any additional credit awarded via prior learning assessment, if accepted by KU, will be at the current KU rates in effect at the time of acceptance by KU.
In order to participate in this program, submit proof of completion of the FBI-LEEDA program completion and agency in-service training records.
The agreement with KU is another of a number FBI-LEEDA is pursuing on behalf of FBI-LEEDA Leadership Institute graduates.
For more information about the KU program, contact Bryon M. Mills, Director Public Sector National Accounts, Kaplan Higher and Professional Education, 210-632-2699, email@example.com.