The Criminal Justice graduate program is a program stressing a broad understanding of the social and behavioral sciences, the institutions of the criminal justice system, and the development of methodological tools and skills.
This Emergency Management graduate program is designed to develop emergency management and related professionals grounded in emergency management principles, social and natural science knowledge, administrative and managerial skills, and technical and personal competencies.
The market for emergency management personnel is on the brink of exponential expansion. One reason why: The field is emerging as an independent profession that offers the promise of increased identity, prestige, and monetary benefits for those holding degrees in the discipline.
The Fire Science graduate program is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide advanced training for professionals in fire service, fire safety, occupational safety, and security who are involved with fire protection and investigation.
The Forensic Science graduate program is one of the foremost forensic science programs in the nation, stressing up-to-date analytical and scientific methods as well as a broad understanding of the concepts underlying the forensic sciences.
The National Security program provides students with a sound understanding of the fundamental principles of the legal charter, presidential executive orders, and the framework that guides the operation of national security agencies.
Persons who may not yet be ready to commit to a full-length graduate program, as well as those who already hold a graduate degree but want to pursue additional work in the same or another field, may find that a certificate provides the perfect alternative. Students may choose from 14 different certificate programs.