Criminal Justice - Homeland Security B.S.
It is anticipated that homeland security will be the biggest government employer for the next decade or longer because of the continued terrorist threats faced by the United States. Our criminal justice program, with an emphasis in homeland security will prepare you to become a professional in this demanding and developing field. Our program provides a unique approach to national security issues by focusing on an understanding of the historical, sociological and psychological aspects of terrorism combined with the practical legal and forensic framework of criminal justice to provide you with the skills necessary for direct application to security issues.
Course List - Total Hours: 45
|Course #||Course Title||Hours|
|LGS105||Politics & Government||3|
|LGS110||American Legal System||3|
|LGS215||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|LGS316||Legal Interviewing & Investigation||3|
|LGS330||Psychology of Fear: Terrorism in the 21st Century||3|
|LGS335||Contemporary Movements & Organizations||3|
|LGS350||Surveillance & Interrogation Techniques||3|
|LGS428||Intelligence Management & Threat Assessment & Counter Measures in Homeland Security||3|
|LGS435||The Thought & The Deed: The History & Philosophy of Terrorism||3|