Certificate in Homeland Security
The Homeland Security certificate is a stand-alone credential designed for those interested in starting or furthering a career in ensuring the safety and security of a nation's homeland. Although all coursework for this certificate must be at the baccalaureate level, there is not a general education component and no prerequisites for enrollment. The total program consists of five 3-credit courses and one 1-credit course for a total of 16 undergraduate-level credits. You may take any of the courses without enrolling in the program
See the program requirements Degree Chart (PDF).
16 credits: 15 component credits and 1 credit research and writing course.
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