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University of Oklahoma Undergraduate Credit Program


FBI-LEEDA is proud to announce its association the University of Oklahoma.  The university will provide up to three (3) semester hours credit per trilogy course (Supervisor Leadership Institute, Command Leadership Institute, Executive Leadership Institute), not to exceed a total of nine (9) semester hours, towards the completion of a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice or Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Leadership.

The University of Oklahoma has signed an MOU with FBI-LEEDA to allow this consideration for all those who successfully complete any of the Trilogy leadership courses.   Sworn law enforcement personnel will also be considered for additional undergraduate prior learning credit based on professional education, training, and experience.  All prior learning credit will be evaluated and awarded in accordance with the established standards of the University and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. 

At the graduate level, LEEDA Triology students are eligible to enroll in an internship course for six graduate level academic credits that can be used toward degree requirements for a Master of Science in Criminal Justice or a Master of Arts in Administrative Leadership.  Tuition will be waived for LEEDA-related internships, although processing and university fees will apply. 

In addition, the University of Oklahoma has agreed to offer FBI-LEEDA graduates of any of the Trilogy programs, and who are sworn police officers, course fees equal to those offered to active duty military while stationed in the State of Oklahoma.

In order to participate in this program, submit proof of completion of the LEEDA program completion and agency in-service training records. For graduate credit, students will be required to submit an internship paper. The guidelines will be provided by the OU College of Liberal Studies faculty upon your application. Keeping a leadership log or journal throughout your Trilogy classes will be helpful.

The agreement with OU is the first of a number FBI-LEEDA is pursuing on behalf of FBI-LEEDA Leadership Institute graduates. 

For more information about the OU program, contact Dr. Todd Wuestewald, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice (and former chief of the Broken Arrow Police Department) at

FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association is a private non-profit organization and is not part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation or acting on its behalf.

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