Homeland Security Management
Homeland Security Management was developed by a team of law enforcement and emergency management practitioners, and professors. The program provides students with a broad view of homeland security issues by going beyond a single discipline to consider policy, preparation, management and continuity throughout a crisis.
Courses cover law enforcement, terrorism, emergency management and business continuity issues. The 12 graduate credits earned are applied to the Master of Science in Management degree program at Thomas Edison State University. Students must complete the 24 core credit requirements of the Master of Science in Management degree program, as listed in the program template.
|Area of Study Courses||Credits|
|HLS-500 Terrorism and Homeland Security in the United States||3|
|HLS-510 Protecting the Homeland: Balancing Security and Liberty||3|
|HLS-620 Preparedness: Prevention and Deterrence||3|
|HLS-630 Protecting the Homeland: Response and Recovery||3|