This certificate will provide students with a broad overview and understanding of issues, practices, policies, and programs in homeland security. Students will have the opportunity to learn about intelligence gathering, threat assessment, risk analysis, critical incident management and first responder applications at a local, state, and national level.
Career opportunities include but are not limited to private security agencies, retail and banking agencies, Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), state emergency management agencies, first responder agencies and other state and federal agencies.
Wright State University Crime and Justice Studies
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|AVT 1101||Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems||2|
|AVT 1108||UAS First Responder Applications||1|
|CJS 1101||Introduction to Criminal Justice Science||3|
|CJS 1103||Constitutional Law & Evidentiary Procedures||3|
|CJS 1155||Homeland Security Issues & Administration||3|
|CJS 2130||Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism||3|
|CJS 2205||Introduction to Criminal Investigation & Forensic Science||3|
|(COM 2206 OR COM 2211)COM 2211)||3|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|GEO 1107||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)||4|
|SOC 1101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|(CJS 2295 OR CJS 2270)||3|