Organizational Theory and Change for Law Enforcement

Course Overview

As individuals rise in an organization, they get a wider view of responsibilities, whether that be for their specific unit or the organization as a whole. This course looks at six models for how organizations function, allowing students to identify the model that best describes their agencies and make observations about processes that can be maximized. In a pro-seminar format, this course features a unique guest lecturer with specific expertise in each unit of the course. Collectively these perspectives from law enforcement, the military, the corporate sector, academia and elected officials will present a rich and nuanced look at how our students can maximize their impact on their organizations, constituents, and communities.


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