Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security
The Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security degree program presents an academic foundation that prepares graduates to lead efforts to achieve a safe, secure, and resilient homeland through the a program of study that includes counter terrorism, border management, immigration, cyber networks, critical infrastructure, and disaster resilience.
Students who earn this degree may pursue careers in homeland security, law enforcement, emergency management, information security, business continuity, crisis management, and other public or private security roles.
Upon completion of the program, students should be able to do the following:
- Analyze the historical impact of terrorism.
- Assess Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) counterterrorism strategies.
- Develop homeland security methodologies.
- Prescribe tactical response options that align with available resources to determine jurisdictional procedures.
Waldorf University, an affiliated institution, also offers Homeland Security programs. Visit www.waldorf.edu to learn more.
Estimated time of completion of this program is 5 years.
|Students may select electives from courses not used to meet other requirements.
Students must take into consideration the 36 semester hour upper-division requirement when selecting courses. Each student is encouraged to speak with his or her Academic Advisor for more information.
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