Homeland Security - Advanced Graduate Certificate
Important: This certificate plan is effective for those starting in the fall 2022 through summer 2023. This certificate plan will remain in effect for students who do not break enrollment or who do not change certificates.
|HLSC 500||Foundations of Homeland Security||3|
|HLSC 510||Homeland Security Organization & Administration||3|
|HLSC 520||Legal Issues in Homeland Security||3|
|HLSC 600||Introduction to Disaster Management||3|
|HLSC 610||Understanding Terrorism and Homeland Security||3|
|HLSC 620||Hazard Mitigation||3|
|NSEC 507||Terrorism & National Security||3|
- Students who want to apply certificate courses to a graduate degree program will have to abide by the GPA and grade requirements of that degree.
- Upon the awarding of the certificate, NSEC 507 Terrorism & National Security (3 c.h.) may substitute for CJUS 550 Topics and Trends in Criminal Justice (3 c.h.), HLSC 610 Understanding Terrorism and Homeland Security (3 c.h.) may substitute for HLSC 530 Homeland Security Capstone (3 c.h.), and HLSC 600 Introduction to Disaster Management (3 c.h.) and HLSC 620 Hazard Mitigation (3 c.h.) may be applied as electives in lieu of the thesis option in the MS n Criminal Justice: Homeland Security.
- 21 total hours
- A maximum of 50% of the program hours may be transferred if approved and allowable
- 2.0 GPA
- No grade of D may be applied to the certificate (includes grades of D+ & D-)
- Certificate must be completed within 3 years
- Submission of Certificate Completion Application must be completed within the last semester of a student’s anticipated graduation date