Online Homeland Security Bachelor's Degree Program

Would you like to aid in the protection of our country? With an ongoing terrorist threat, there is an increased demand* for trained safety and security employees throughout the nation. The Homeland Security program can provide you with a solid foundation in planning, implementing, and managing security operations for an organization.

This program evolved out of a need for increased protection and awareness of outside threats to national security. You can embark on a career in a new field with great employment potential.

The Homeland Security program includes:

  • Civil & criminal justice
  • Emergency planning and security measures
  • Principles, planning and procedures of safety
  • Tactical communications
  • Domestic and international terrorism
  • Emergency medical services and fire operations
  • Business and ethics for security specialists

You can acquire the education and skills needed for a career in corporate or government security. Whether you aid in the prevention of terrorist attacks or the preparation of emergency procedures, you can apply your knowledge and expertise to the workplace.

Qualify for employment in security and public safety in a business, airport, homebuilding association, stadium, amusement park, and other settings.

Some career opportunities include:

  • Law enforcement
  • Border patrol agent
  • Homeland security officer
Source: Adapted from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S, Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, www.bls.gov/oco. Your own hard work, professionalism, experience, work attitude, local market and other factors may impact your personal employment opportunities and pay.

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