Master of Science in Homeland Security Program Outcomes

After successfully completing the Master of Science in Homeland Security program, students will be able to:

  1. Analyze terrorism as it relates to the United States and internationally.
  2. Strategize plans to address disasters and threats to security.
  3. Apply statutory and constitutional legal principles to implementation of national and global security strategies.
  4. Debate the relationship between security versus personal and societal freedom.
  5. Analyze response and recovery efforts in homeland security at the local, state, federal, and tribal levels.
  6. Analyze national and global intelligence mechanisms, security procedures, and organizations and the interplay among them and between them and public institutions. 
  7. Evaluate critical resources and key infrastructures that are potential targets of security risk.