BS Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Homeland Security specialization
Pursue a homeland security career and help protect your country's citizens, lands and property. This program focuses on managing public security in conjunction with federal resources. The curriculum includes course work on such topics as domestic and international terrorism; multijurisdictional coordination; and diplomatic, technological and intelligence approaches to national security. A capstone project provides an opportunity to apply and demonstrate your leadership skills in the growing field of homeland security.
The National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security have designated Capella University as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAEIAE).
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With your Bachelor's in Homeland Security from Capella, you'll learn to manage domestic risks and operational systems, analyze terroristic threats to domestic security, and resolve complex problems in domestic security threats. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
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Common jobs with an online Bachelor's in Homeland Security include border patrol agent, citizen and immigration service assistant, detention and removal assistant, drug enforcement agent, immigration information officer, import specialist, intelligence analyst, screening analyst, transportation security inspector or U.S. marshal. Potential workplaces include: corporate security firm, government, homeland security agency, law enforcement agency, nonprofit organization or private security firm.
Capella also provides you the opportunity to delve deeper into a specific knowledge area by earning a program concentration that will be included on your transcript and can enhance your career opportunities.
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