The Department of Politics, Justice, Law, and Philosophy offers a minor and certificate in Security and Emergency Management for students of all majors, and an area of concentration in Security and Emergency Management for students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. The Security and Emergency Management coursework is designed to help prepare students for careers related to, or that involve elements of, security and emergency and disaster management in local, state, or federal government, business, and volunteer organizations. Professionals in these fields may also complete the certificate program as non-degree seeking students.
Requirements for a Certificate in Security and Emergency Management (SEM)
|SEM 250||Introduction to Homeland Security||3|
|SEM 255||Introduction to Emergency Management and Civil Response||3|
|Security and Emergency Management Electives (300-400 level)||6|