New Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Homeland Security (MSM-HLS) is now offered through CTU Colorado Springs.
The War on Terror has focused the nation's attention on Homeland Security, which has become a concern at all levels of government and in a wide variety of organizations. The MSM with a concentration in Homeland Security includes seven required courses in Homeland Security that are based on the curriculum of the Masters of Homeland Security as developed by the US Naval Postgraduate School and offered in a variety of Universities that are part of the Homeland Security and Defense Education Consortium.
In this industry-current curriculum, students have an opportunity to fully address policy, organizational and substantive issues regarding homeland security. In addition to the fundamentals of Homeland Security, this program delves into course content with focus on topics that include the dynamics of terrorism, psychology of fear management, technology solutions for HLS, vulnerability analysis and protection and much more.
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