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You could become part of the nation’s first line of defense against terrorist attacks and natural disaster by earning an Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in Homeland Security or a Master of Science in Homeland Security Administration.
You’ll find demand for this specialized training from local, state and federal law enforcement and public safety organizations, a wide variety of government agencies, as well as global corporations and local companies that can't afford to be unprepared.
Typical coursework includes topics like intelligence gathering and analysis, vulnerability assessment, international investigation protocols, hazardous material detection and disposal, disaster preparedness and catastrophic event response. You could become familiar with the resources and day-to-day operations of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, as well as the legal and ethical issues involved in implementing a fail-safe anti-terrorism strategy in a democratic society.
Whether you currently work in the criminal justice system or you're looking for a career that makes a difference, explore the programs below and request more information today.
The online MBA degree program from Northcentral University prepares learners to advance to higher levels of leadership in business.
This specialization prepares senior leaders of public administration, law enforcement, public safety, and emergency medical care and disaster preparedness agencies for executive leadership positions i
The need has never been greater for business leaders who can contribute to the knowledge base of contemporary business by making strategically adroit linkages between theory and practice.
The Homeland Security Concentration is designed to meet the demands and challenges of the real world and its ever-changing threats to the security of the nation.
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in criminal justice and a broad liberal arts education.
Saint Leo University has been educating both active and aspiring criminal justice professionals for more than 30 years with class sizes small enough for innovative teaching and individualized atten