Homeland Security has become a critical part of many organizations, employers and college course offerings.
The homeland security minor will provide the student with the basic subject knowledge for a possible career in the following disciplines: security of government facilities, private sector security, state and local police officers, federal law enforcement agents, Intelligence Community intelligence analysts, state and local government positions, public health and public safety administrators, counterterrorism professionals, and community leaders.
The student who graduates with a minor in homeland security will be able to:
A degree with a minor in homeland security requires the successful completion of 24 credit hours of coursework. At least 12 credit hours must be earned in upper level courses (numbered 300 or above).
Total Completion Hours: 24
Core Requirements – 12 hours
Electives 12 hours
General Education Requirements Must Include: