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To find out more about the Police Basic Training program, visit our website.
The Police Basic Training certificate program is organized to include the learning objectives mandated by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) state‐approved police academy curriculum. These courses must be completed by full‐time study. Classes may be given during the days, evenings, or weekends.
At the completion of the Police Basic Training Certificate program, a student will be able to:
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, "Employment of police and detectives is expected to increase by 6% between 2012 and 2022."
Potential earnings in New York State average $78,930 at the 50 percent mark. These numbers increase if employment is found with state or federal entities.
Successful completion of these courses does not guarantee employment.
Requirements for Program Entry
SUNY Ulster recognizes that there are many people and agencies, public and private, which could benefit from this certificate program. Please contact the Admissions Office to discuss your experience to determine eligibility.
To print a copy of the Program Planning Sheet, click here.
Police Basic Training students must maintain a C+ in all required PBT courses to be eligible for graduation. Students will be required to supply their own transportation to off-campus labs and learning sites. PBT courses must be completed in sequence during one approved session. Participation is required in all phases of the educational process.
|PBT 103||Principles of Law for Police Officers||7|
|PBT 105||Police Procedure||4|
|PBT 106||Police Procedure - Proficient||8|
|PBT 109||Police Investigative Techniques||6|
|PBT 111||Community Relations for Police Officers||5|
* ENG 101 is a pre/co-requisite for all history and 200-level sociology courses.
Police Basic Training students must maintain a C+ in all required PBT courses to be eligible for graduation. Students will be required to supply their won transportation to off-campus labs and learning sites. PBT courses must be completed in sequence. Participation is required in all phases of the educational process.