D. Stafford & Associates (DSA) and New England College (NEC) have collaborated on the development of an Online Master of Science in Campus Public Safety Administration.
The need for highly trained campus public safety leaders at our nation’s 7,200+ colleges and universities has never been greater. The increased threat of international and domestic terrorism, regulatory compliance requirements, and important concerns such as substance abuse and sexual/relationship violence demands that campus public safety professionals demonstrate a high degree of expertise, insight, and leadership.
New England College’s Online Master of Science in Campus Public Safety Administration (MS-CPSA) is the only program of its kind in the United States. In collaboration with D. Stafford & Associates, NEC has created a strong course of study led by faculty who are highly experienced, practice-based professionals.
- More focused and comprehensive than a certificate program or concentration, the MS-CPSA prepares exceptional campus safety practitioners to be leaders in the field
- Provides you the opportunity to earn up to 9 academic credits from select D. Stafford & Associates training that can be used toward the 37 credit MS-CPSA
Whether just beginning your career, transitioning from traditional law enforcement, or advancing your campus safety career, students earning New England College’s MS-CPSA will possess the knowledge necessary to effectively lead a campus public safety agency.
About the DSA classes that can lead to academic credits:
After completing the five day DSA Clery Act Compliance Training Academy, you will be prepared to complete an assessment of prior learning by NEC for 3 credits for the course called: HEA 5220 Advanced Clery Act Training.
After completing the DSA Title IX Coordinator/Investigator class, you will be prepared to complete an assessment of prior learning by NEC for 3 credits for the course called: HEA 5370 Title IX Administration.
After completing the DSA Investigation of Sex Crimes for Campus Police, Public Safety and Conduct/Title IX Civil Rights Investigators: Conducting Trauma Informed Investigations AND Investigation of Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, and Stalking for Campus Police, Public Safety and Civil Rights (Conduct/Title) Investigator classes, you will be prepared to complete an assessment of prior learning by NEC for 3 credits for the course called: HEA 5560 Investigation of Sex Crimes and VAWA Crimes.
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