Homeland Security Schools

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The increased emphasis on homeland security and intelligence has created a new demand for educated security professionals. If you are interested in protecting our national security by fighting terrorism right here at home, Homeland Security Schools can provide the training you need to qualify for employment in this field.

Students will examine logistics, techniques, and processes of security. Emergency and disaster management, intelligence analysis and operations, criminal justice and security, and cargo and transportation logistics will also be addressed.

Homeland Security Schools offer diploma and certificate programs, and Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BS), Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MS), and Doctorate (PhD) degrees in many areas of security. Graduate certificate programs are also available for specializations in several areas of security.

Depending on school and degree choice, the curriculums of most Homeland Security Schools will cover some or all subjects of English composition, social sciences, behavioral sciences, physical sciences, biological sciences, mathematics, history, literature, humanities, law, and defense. Graduate degree (MA, MS, PhD) programs focus on management, theory, forecasting, terrorism, weapons, intelligence methods, transportation security, and crisis, emergency and disaster management geographic intelligence, research, analysis, chemical, emergency response, forecasting terrorism, regulatory issues, emergency planning, and principles and theories of security management.

Graduates can look forward to opportunities in the growing field of security in local, state, and federal law enforcement, emergency services, transportation facilities, administration, and business intelligence operations and analysis. Other positions would include uniformed officers, investigators, police officers, sheriffs, coast guard crewmen, highway patrol officers, park rangers, and many more.

If you are interested in the multifaceted field of security, apply to a Homeland Security School today at .

DISCLAIMER: Above is a GENERAL OVERVIEW and may or may not reflect specific practices, courses and/or services associated with ANY ONE particular school(s) that is or is not advertised on .

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