Saline County Workforce Development Program
The Saline County Workforce Development Program is a joint venture between KWU, the Saline County Sheriff’s Office and the Salina Police Department.
This program is made possible by Executive Order 11246, Saline County and the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Only individuals with the sheriff’s office and police department are eligible for this program.
If you represent another county or municipality and wish to discuss similar opportunities, please contact Bernie Botson, Assistant Professor of Emergency Management, at 785-833-4360 or Kendra Pratt, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, at 785-833-4448.
- Two eight-week online courses per semester
- Classes begin August 15 (applications are due May 15, transcripts are due July 15)
- Manageable course load for working professionals
- Three certificate programs available, which can be building blocks to help you complete your bachelor’s degree at KWU
- Classes will be taught by local professors who have worked in the field
|Courses||Cohort One – Leadership for the Future||Cohort Two – Culturally Informed|
|Fall 1||CRIM300 Homeland Security (3)||SOWK140 Social Justice (3)|
|Fall 2||CRIM415 Cont. Law Enf. Iss. (3)||SOCI1240 Inequality & Stratification (3)|
|Spring 1||CRIM325 Crime Analysis (3)||CRIM235 Juvenile Delinquency (3)|
|Spring 2||CRIM320 CJ Administration (3)||CRIM350 Multiculturalism in Pub. Saf. (3)|
|Summer||CRIM307 Cyber Crime (3)||CRIM410 Comparative Justice Systems (3)|