This 18-credit, 6-course certificate focuses on terrorism and security studies. The Post-911 world has made many sectors of the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors involved in preventing and combating terrorism as they try to ensure a safe and secure nation. The knowledge provides both historical and current information to add to the knowledge of various threats posed by terrorist organizations, whether domestic or international, and to provide organizations to prepare for the risks associated with such activities. These credits can also be applied to the MS in Cyber and Homeland Security Administration degree program. All ten shown also available in online modality.

Choose any six courses

  • CHSA 6601 Terrorism Issues and Implications
  • CHSA 6602 Computer and Network Security
  • CHSA 6603 Cyber Forensics Issues and Impacts
  • CHSA 6604 Assessing Internal and External Threats
  • CHSA 6605 Preparing for Catastrophic Emergencies
  • CHSA 6606 Historical Perspectives of Terrorism
  • CHSA 6607 Border Security: Policies, Actions, and Implications
  • CHSA 6608 Terrorism and Disaster Management
  • CHSA 6609 The Face of Terror
  • CHSA 6610 Bio-terrorism Preparedness and Response

* Also available in online modality