Master of Science in Criminal Justice - Homeland Security
Interested in criminal justice roles within the realm of homeland security? Colorado Technical University offers a Master of Science in Criminal Justice with a Homeland Security concentration. Analyze issues of law, policy, and society—and explore developing effective strategies to confront issues facing criminal justice practitioners in the real world. Discuss current trends in criminal justice, explore terrorism and Homeland Security management.
In the Homeland Security concentration, review organizational and policy challenges and critical infrastructure protection. You will also have the opportunity to develop insight into the structural, conceptual and intellectual underpinnings and implications of the homeland security project. Examine technology, information sharing, knowledge management and communication system solutions.
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Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org
- Colorado Springs
- Aurora (Denver Area)
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours INTD670 Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making 4 CJUS600 Advanced Review of Criminal Justice 4 CJUS615 Criminology and Public Policy 4 CJUS625 Issues of Diversity in Criminal Justice 4 CJUS650 Terrorism and Homeland Security Management 4 CJUS675 Special Topics in Criminal Justice 4 MGMT600 Applied Managerial Decision-Making 4 Total Credit Hours: 28
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours HLS620 Technology Solutions for HLS 4 HLS630 Organizational and Policy Challenges 4 HLS640 Vulnerability Analysis and Protection 4 HLS650 Homeland Security and Government 4 HLS685 Homeland Security Capstone 4 Total Credit Hours: 20
Total Credit Hours: 48
The CTU Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree program is designed with an in-depth focus in the area of policy. Students from a non-criminal justice undergraduate background are required to successfully complete CJUS500 prior to taking CJUS600. Students who possess this background but need to refresh their knowledge of criminal justice concepts are encouraged to take CJUS500. This course is focused on giving students sufficient background on basic criminal justice concepts and terms common to the profession.
Total tuition for this degree program will vary depending on your educational needs, existing experience, and other factors.
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