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The Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security program helps prepare students for entry-level employment opportunities that may include emergency response and preparedness, and the dynamics of complex threats and how to manage them. It also introduces students to the motivations and mechanics of those who would attack nations and how best to combat these threats. The program covers topics such as:
Students in the Homeland Security program take part in interactive projects overseen by members of the industry and faculty and take courses in the sociology of disasters, the ideology of conflict and terror, and crisis management. Each student participates in a homeland security internship.
Daniel Webster College has worked with the Center for Homeland Defense and Security of the Naval Postgraduate School. This relationship strengthens the development and delivery of the degree program by providing access to Homeland Security industry members and specialized educational resources.
The program is designed to teach students knowledge and skills associated with the management 21st century security positions in areas such as:
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