On-Campus Law Enforcement & Security Management Certificate Programs
Already pursuing a graduate level degree in law enforcement or security management? You may also be interested in concurrently pursing a certificate or diploma. These programs often offer specialization in a specific area, gained through intensive graduate-level study. It supplements an already established area of study and adds value to a graduate degree.
What are the benefits of choosing a law enforcement degree program on campus? Being in an actual classroom may make it easier to connect with other students and interact with instructors. And it can be a great way to make new contacts. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the available student services—whether it be the library or the financial aid center—at your school of choice!
- Syracuse, NYSyracuse, NY
- Fairfax, VAFairfax, VA
George Mason University
This certificate provides an introduction to the intersection of science and security, covering topics such as the technology of CBRN weapons, proliferation, technical countermeasures, and the role of science and technology in the policy making process.
- Fairfax, VA
- Arlington, VA
- Honolulu, HIHonolulu, HI
Hawai'i Pacific University
The Graduate Certificate in Telecommunications Security is designed for those who wish to enhance their understanding...
- North York, ONNorth York, ON
With over 6000 students in over 60 Masters & Doctoral Programs, York University is the 2nd largest graduate school in Ontario...
- Erie, MIErie, MI
Today, thousands of researchers and intelligence analysts work throughout the United States and abroad in government agencies and private enterprises. The work of these intelligence analysts — whether relating to national security, criminal investigativ...
- Leicester, United KingdomLeicester, United Kingdom
- Keele, United KingdomKeele, United Kingdom
- Dekalb, ILDekalb, IL
Northern Illinois University
- Columbia, MDColumbia, MD
Loyola University Maryland
Part-time certificate program for those seeking management-level certification in cyber security from a business perspective.
- Paxton, MAPaxton, MA
Anna Maria College
According to the Bureau Labor Statistics, employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 18 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.