Go discover the inner workings and the broad scope of the American justice system through the Southern New Hampshire University Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies with a concentration in Terrorism & Homeland Security.
You can train to become a qualified and knowledgeable anti-terrorism and homeland security professional prepared to step into today's ever-changing security challenges.
You can learn about our country's criminal justice system, criminal law, corrections systems, legal and social science research, and much more. Terrorism & Homeland Security concentration courses include Introduction to Security, Industrial and Retail Security, International Criminal Justice, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.
Students may complete the program in the traditional four years or in three years. In addition, students may also pursue a four-plus-one program in which they earn both the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in five years. Our graduate program is delivered online allowing students to continue their studies while satisfying employment and family duties.
SNHU's bachelor's in terrorism and homeland security program includes:
General Education Program
Our programs are designed to equip you with the skills and insights you need to move forward. In recent years, employers have stressed the need for graduates with higher order skills - the skills that go beyond technical knowledge - such as:
All bachelor's students are required to take general education classes. Through foundation, exploration and integration courses, students learn to think critically, creatively and collaboratively, giving you the edge employers are looking for.
Total Credits: 120
Our Manchester campus aims to keep tuition and related costs low for our students so that you can pursue your degree and your goals. More than 90% of our students receive some form of financial aid, and students who qualify could receive up to $20,000 in grants and scholarships.
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