Degree Roadmap for Chief Marine Science Technician: Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness

Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness

Chief Marine Science Technician and Maritime Law Enforcement Academy

Required Courses Credits Required Courses transferred for Basic Training, Seaman, Chief Marine Science Technician and Maritime Law Enforcement Academy Credits Transferred
I. General Education Requirements 60    
A. English Composition I & II 6    
B. Humanities 12    
  • HLS-355 Critical Thinking for Homeland Security
(3)    
  • Humanities Elective
(3) ENG-201 Technical Writing (1)
  • Humanities Elective
(6)    
C. Social Sciences 12    
  • SOC-322 Cultural Diversity
(3)    
  • Social Science Elective
(3) AOJ-101 Intro to Law Enforcement (2)
  • Social Science Elective
(6)    
D. Natural Science/Math 12    
  • College Math
(3)    
  • Natural Science/Math
(9) Environmental Science (2)
II. General Education Electives 18    
III. Homeland Security Required 18    
  • SOS-440 Terrorism
(3)    
  • HLS-410 Constitutional & Legislative Issues
(3)    
  • HLS-420 Homeland Security: Preparedness, Prevention and Deterrence
(3)    
  • HLS-420 Response & Recovery
(3)    
  • SOS-492 Research Methods
(3)    
  • HLS-498 Capstone
(3)    
IV. Homeland Security Electives 15    
  (3) AOJ-212 Criminal Investigation (MLE) (3)
  (3) AOJ-246 Criminal Procedures (MLE) (3)
  (3) MRN-331 Environmental Safety (3)
  (3)    
  (3)    
V. Free Electives 27 AOJ-294 Law Enforcement Practices (MLE) 25
  (3)
  • Marine Science Technology
 
  (3)
  • Information Management
 
  (3)
  • Principals of Supervision
 
  (3)
  • Maritime Law
 
  (3)
  • Maritime Regulations
 
  (3)
  • Operations Management
 
  (3)
  • Navigation
 
  (3)
  • Health & PE
 
TOTAL REQUIRED FOR DEGREE 120 Total transferred from Coast Guard ratings 39

 

Note that this is a sample template for students who have completed Coast Guard training during the most recent ACE recommendations and have a MSTC occupation. Credit awards for individual students may vary.