The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Police Science is a terminal, career-centered degree program that provides course of study for people currently employed in a law enforcement career with a New Mexico policing agency or who are state-certified in policing by other state licensing authorities or are certified as military police. Students must complete a two-tiered course of study:
- Successful completion of 1) a New Mexico Department of Public Safety basic or NMDPS-approved satellite police certification training academy, or 2) the United States Border Patrol Basic Training Program (USBPI), the Federal Air Marshal Basic Training Program (FAMTP), or the Land Management Basic Police Training Program (LMPT) will equate to 30 hours toward the A.A.S. degree; AND
- A 36-hour academic component at ENMU-Roswell. Graduates of the United States Border Patrol Basic Training Program (USBPI) will receive credit for Spanish 102.
See the current catalog for the complete degree plan. Course availability varies each semester.