The A.S. in Homeland Security provides students with a broad understanding of safety and security issues, including terrorism, natural and man-made disasters, and emergency management.
The program focuses on prevention and protection, preparedness and response, information sharing and analysis, and research and technology.
- COMM154 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3 cr)
- ENGL151 English I (3 cr)
- ENGL152 English II (3 cr)
- HLSC170 Introduction to Homeland Security (3 cr)
- HLSC171 Fundamentals of Emergency Management (3 cr)
- HLSC172 Domestic and International Terrorism (3 cr)
- HLSC173 Introduction to Security (3 cr)
- HLSC174 Introduction to the Intelligence Function (3 cr)
- HLSC200 Risk Management and Analysis (3 cr)
- HLSC201 Organizational Integration and Management (3 cr)
- POLI263 Introduction to International Relations (3 cr)
- MATH156 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)
1 of the following 2 Comp/Info Literacy courses is required:
1 of the following 2 Psych or Sociology courses is required:
- Lab Science General Education (4 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Lab Science courses (course type: GSCL).
- OCC Requirement (3 credits): Any course from the list of Approved General Education courses. OR ACAD-155 OR Any HEHP course(s)
- Electives (to meet required 64 cr.): 3 credits
- Additional General Education Requirement (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education courses for communication (GCOM), mathematics (GMAT), lab science (GSCL), technological competency or information literacy (GTEC), social science (GSOC), humanities (GHUM), history (GHIS) or diversity (GDIV).
- Foreign Language Sequence (6 credits) Student must take at least 6 credits of one foreign language.
- History General Education (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirements must be taken from the list of Approved General Education history courses (course type: GHIS). Selection should be based upon the requirements of the four-year institution.