MS Master of Science in Homeland Security Homeland Security
What You'll Learn
Outcome goals and graduates' proficiency levels
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Master of Science (MS) in Homeland Security
Quality and Professional Relevance
- Capella is a preferred provider of higher education for the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA).
- Students will learn from faculty who are leaders in the field of homeland security, including individuals who have worked directly for or with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Security Agency (NSA), and various other federal, state, local, and tribal agencies.
- Capella's MS in Homeland Security features a cutting edge courseroom experience that allows students to develop the critical collaboration skills needed to be a leader in homeland security.
- This program was designed around educational standards in the field of homeland security.
- Capella is one of few universities to offer a master's degree in Homeland Security.
Expected Program Outcomes
- Coordinate with multiple agencies, foreign, domestic, public, and private, in order to communicate, gather, process, and share information.
- Perform technical or managerial leadership in order to guide, educate, inform and influence others to accomplish goals, policies, priorities, and needs.
- Enhance critical analysis techniques to recognize and solve gaps and problems and communicate potential and future issues.
- Apply theoretical foundations and technological knowledge of elements that influence homeland security practice.
- Build technological knowledge of elements that influence homeland security success and adversarial abilities.
- Apply ethics, laws, cultural understanding, and policies to appropriate situations.
- Forecast and suggest counters to threats and nuances in illicit behaviors and actions that will affect homeland security.
- Adapt principles and practices and behaviors of effective leadership, multidisciplinary collaboration, networks, and organizational governance to enhance public value.