Professional Management Program
Accenting professional public safety management through training and education.
The Professional Management Program in association with Columbus State University provides a program of study that goes beyond what is currently available in law enforcement supervision and management development courses, serving as an “advanced school” for public safety personnel, the Law Enforcement Professional Management Program offers a study that is distinctive, flexible, and comprehensive.
The Professional Management Program brings together the leading thinkers in corporate and public management to provide public safety officers with intense training in the best available management theory and practice to render innovative solutions to organizational problems and to address important issues in managing public service organizations effectively.
A 400 hour program divided into ten 40-Hour cohort modules, meeting five times a year. Three (3) semester hours of university academic credit and 40 hours of POST training are awarded for each module. The completion of the ten PMP modules provides POST training for the Supervision and Management certifications.
- Completed enrollment application
- Nomination from the head of the employing public safety agency. (If the head of the agency is applying, the person to whom the head of the agency reports to in the chain of command must provide the nomination.)
- Acceptance to Columbus State University