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Public Safety Management Degree

When public safety management comes first, we're the first choice

Civil society depends on law and order. With this public safety management degree from Miami Dade College, you will be equipped to serve and protect.

The School of Justice at Miami Dade College is nationally recognized for its academic excellence and exceptional training. MDC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Public Safety Management is a one-of-kind degree, combining rigorous study with practical hands-on experience. The program offers applied tracks of study encompassing a variety of components that prepare students for both a career entry and graduate school. Students may choose from these tracks: Probation and Parole, Security and Loss Prevention, Emergency Management, Crime Scene Investigation or Criminal Justice.

With a degree from the School of Justice at Miami Dade College on your résumé, you can be prepared and qualified to advance your career in such fields as protective services, law enforcement and corrections, crime-related prevention and support, security management, and court administration. Plus, you may find what you learn from your current courses immediately applicable to your current position.


Applied Tracks

  • Probation and Parole
  • Security and Loss Prevention
  • Emergency Management
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Criminal Justice

Online Degree Availables

  • The upper division courses are offered in an accelerated option of 8-week terms.
  • Students may enroll in a fully online program or combine on-site with online classes.

Miami Dade College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
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