The Master of Science in Homeland Security is a 36-credit program designed for current and future homeland security professionals who seek mid- to upper-level leadership positions in this important field of study. The program teaches students to address complex, multi-disciplinary, strategic-level homeland security issues that confront modern societies in an increasingly uncertain national and global security environment.
Program faculty are experienced scholar-practitioners with exemplary credentials and significant real-world executive experience. Please visit our website to learn more about our faculty.
Employment & Internships:
Our students have broadened their graduate education and real-world experience by serving internships with key federal, state and local agencies. Please visit our website to learn more.
Courses are offered in a hybrid format, a mix of in-class and online learning. Each class meets for eight, three-hour modules for a total of 24 contact hours. Students meet in a traditional classroom on two Saturdays and four Wednesday evenings (per course).
Learning Modules are arranged in the following format: