The Department of Politics, Justice, Law, and Philosophy offers an 18 hour Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Security and Emergency Management for individuals desiring expertise in the fields of homeland security and emergency management but who do not wish to pursue the Master of Professional Studies or other graduate programs. The certificate is also open to graduate students enrolled in other programs who desire a certification in Security and Emergency Management and who elect to take the additional courses.
Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree in any field from an approved institution, and meet all University graduate admission requirements. Existing graduate program students must have approval from their graduate program advisor.
Requirements for the Certificate in Security and Emergency Management (SEM)
|SEM 500||Foundations of Homeland Security and Emergency Management||3|
|Select 15 hours from the following:||15|
|Terrorism and Terrorist Operations 1|
|Disaster Response and Recovery 1|
|Homeland Security & Emergency Management Seminar/Exercise 1|
|Internship/Practicum in Security and Emergency Management 1|
|Special Topics In Security and Emergency Management|
SEM courses completed at the undergraduate level may not be completed at the graduate level for credit in the SEM Graduate Certificate program.