At the University of New Haven, the health and safety of all members of our community remain our top priority. We have reimagined life at the University to help deliver high-quality education in as safe an environment as possible.
This website provides updated information about our response to the pandemic and our ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and is being continually updated throughout the Spring 2021 semester.
With widespread availability of several highly effective COVID-19 vaccines, University of New Haven leaders have a high degree of confidence the University will be able to return to many of its pre-pandemic norms in terms of class formats, student life, and other staples of the Charger experience.
The criminal justice and public safety programs enable you to select from six concentrations, including: Correctional Rehabilitation and Supervision, Crime Analysis, Crime Victim Services, Investigative Services, Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Protection, and Police Science.
Fire protection engineering is a multidisciplinary program that combines principles from various areas of science and engineering. Our program teaches you how to apply these principles to the problem of fire protection by designing, constructing, and installing fire protection systems to prevent or minimize potential losses.
Every year, thousands of injuries and hundreds of deaths occur in the workplace — most of them in the industrial sector. Fires and explosions account for many of those deaths. Our associate’s program will prepare you for an immediate career in protecting those who work in this crucial area.
Forensics — the recognition, collection, identification, and interpretation of physical evidence and the application of science and technology to provide objective facts for criminal or civil court cases. If you’re interested in forensics, there’s no more prestigious place to earn your degree than the world-renowned Henry C. Lee College.
Homeland security and emergency management focuses on protecting the homeland and responding to – and recovering from – man-made and natural disasters. Our program is extraordinarily unique because it combines two important areas of study into one. This model is what employers are looking for.
Ready for the next step in your career? If so, you can earn your Bachelor's Degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management to set yourself apart. Whether you have an Associate’s degree or are just now starting college, this 100% online program let's you complete your degree from the comfort of your home.
Interested in serving your country in the intelligence field? The University of New Haven is one of the few universities in the U.S. where you can pursue this calling. We've offered a successful graduate program in National Security for more than a decade. Our undergraduate program prepares you to enter the field sooner.
The School of Health Sciences offers both associate and bachelor's degrees in Paramedicine, and our emphasis on anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology provides students with the tools needed to address basic and advanced pre-hospital medicine both today and in the future.
Paramedicine, B.S. with a minor in Fire Science is also offered in partnership with the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences.
The Pompea College of Business offers a B.S. in Business Management with a concentration in Criminal Justice for those who are interested in protecting companies against fraud and other white-collar crimes. Students learn how to manage the corporate security forces and other professionals whose job is to stay one step ahead of white-collar criminals. All of the criminal justice courses in the program are taught by faculty from the Henry C. Lee College.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps is one of the best leadership courses in the country and is part of your college curriculum. During classes, leadership labs, physical training and field training exercises, you will learn firsthand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and conduct missions as an Officer in the Army.