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Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

MBA with a Concentration in Homeland Security

The MBA in Homeland Security is a specialization in Wilmington University's MBA program. Issues involving homeland security have become a priority at all levels of the corporate world. Students will learn the significance and problems surrounding homeland security, and be prepared to adapt to the ever-changing landscape in order to maintain a safe and secure work environment.

This concentration has two additional program competencies:

  1. Demonstrating knowledge in the area of risk assessment and homeland security management.
  2. Determining future strategies for meeting security challenges in organizations.

The 12 courses listed below are required for completion of the MBA with a concentration in Homeland Security.

Core Requirements

MBA 6000 Available Online Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership

MBA 6100 Available Online Managerial Accounting

MBA 6300 Available Online Quantitative Business Analysis

MBA 6400 Available Online Economic and Financial Environment of Business

MBA 7200 Available Online Financial Management

MBA 7600 Available Online Global Marketing Management

MBA 8800 Available Online Business Strategy

Concentration in Homeland Security

MHS 7000 Available Online  Contemporary Issues in Homeland Security

MHS 7001 Available Online  Sociology of Terrorism

MHS 7002 Available Online  Legal Aspects and Policy of Homeland Security

MHS 7003 Available Online  Risk Assessment and Management

MHS 7004 Available Online  Crisis Leadership

Total of core and concentration courses is 12 courses or 36 credits.

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This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.