Master of Science
Homeland Security Concentration
Wilmington University is pleased to announce that the Homeland Security concentration is now being offered as a separate Master's degree. Additional information regarding the Master of Science in Homeland Security is available in the University catalog.
This concentration focuses on gaining an understanding and a working knowledge of major issues in Homeland Security. Students will broaden their base of knowledge through examination of current topics in Homeland Security with an emphasis on modern terrorism, risk assessment and management, as well as the practical legal implications involved.
Five courses as listed on the course requirements page.
Area Specialization Courses
MAJ 7000 Contemporary Issues in Homeland Security
MAJ 7001 Sociology of Terrorism
MAJ 7002 Legal Aspects of Homeland Security
MAJ 7003 Risk Assessment and Management
MAJ 6601 Typologies of Crime
MAJ 6605 Supervision and Management
MAJ 6607 Workplace Law and Liability
MAJ 6608 Police Executive Leadership
MAJ 6609 Violent Crime
MAJ 6610 White Collar Crime
MAJ 6611 Victimology
MAJ 6612 Drugs and Society
MAJ 6613 Mental Health and the Law
MAJ 6614 Addiction Studies
MAJ 6615 Therapeutic Strategies for Criminal Justice Offenders
MAJ 6616 Judicial Procedures
MAJ 6618 Contemporary Issues in Corrections
MAJ 6619 Forensic Behavior Analysis
MAJ 6632 Quantitative Applications
MAJ 6634 Leadership Through Films
MAJ 6900 Thesis Supervision
MAJ 6901 Graduate Practicum
New electives and special topics are added based upon changes in the discipline and the identified needs and interests of the students.
Qualified candidates must hold a master's degree in criminal justice or a related discipline from an accredited institution, apply to the Certificate Program and meet all admissions requirements for the Master of Science in Homeland Security Program as listed above. Applicants will have the option to petition for review of up to six credits of previous graduate work as it applies to this program.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.