Master of Science in Homeland Security - Emergency Management and Public Health
The threats posed by natural disasters, terrorism and public health emergencies require quick response, rapid communication and planning initiatives. CTU’s Master of Science in Homeland Security - Emergency Management and Public Health degree aims to synthesize, interpret and critique these threats and the institutions and professionals tasked with responding to them.
Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org
National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity 2014-2021*
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours HLS600 Homeland Security Fundamentals 4 HLS610 Dynamics of Terrorism 4 HLS616 Research, Writing and Critical Thinking 4 HLS618 Private Sector Role in Homeland Security 4 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: 36
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours HLS621 Disaster Emergency Planning 4 HLS622 Principles of Disaster Medicine 4 HLS623 Emergency Management and Communication in Disasters 4 HLS624 Introduction to Public Health 4 Total Credit Hours: 16
Total Credit Hours: 52
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Learn about today’s challenges from professors who are experts in their fields, plus subject matter experts predicting the trends of tomorrow. Immerse yourself in our university thought leadership to begin experiencing the power of CTU’s powerful network.
- Syria: Why Its Future Matters to More than the Middle East
- Iran's Nuclear Program: Challenges and Policy Options
- From Poverty to Power: What China's Emerging Status as a Superpower Means for the United States
- Nuclear Weapons and the Threat They Pose
- Pandemics - The Threat That Will Never Go Away
- Global Security Series - The North Korean Threat
- Active Shooters - The Quiet Threat That Dwells in Your Backyard
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Classes start April 3, 2018!
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*CTU has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity for academic years 2014-2021 for its cybersecurity and information assurance programs