State University's (MSU) School of Criminal Justice has created a
certificate program that allows working professionals, graduate and
undergraduate students to add a specialization in homeland security to
career or academic plans.
School of Criminal Justice at MSU is a national leader in homeland
incident planning and management. The
School has decades of experience and proven expertise in both public
private emergency preparedness, planning and training.
The online Certificate in Homeland Security
Studies complements the School's other emergency management offerings,
including non-credit professional development certificate programs and
for academic credit. Click here for
and program offerings.
Security Certificate program is designed for
practitioners, students, and others interested in updating their
skills, and abilities to address the challenging issues of public
safety in the
The three (3) course
certificate program includes:
- Foundations of
Homeland Security (3 credits)
- Issues in
Terrorism (3 credits)
Partnerships in Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security (3
Certificate program is offered exclusively on-line through the ANGEL (A
Global Environment for Learning) system developed by MSU.
Lectures, discussions, and assignments will
be managed entirely through the ANGEL system. For
additional information on ANGEL, please
course spans 15 weeks; the entire certificate program can be completed
than one year. There are no prerequisites
and no required sequence for these courses.
enrolled in these courses may apply credit from these classes toward a
program at MSU (provided they meet the standards for admission) or
institution or toward the Certificate in Homeland Security Studies
the MSU School of Criminal Justice.
Participants will receive a
completion upon successful conclusion of the program.