Goals and Course Topics
Secure the Homeland and Your Future
Protecting our nation is paramount to our citizens and critical infrastructure. The design of this major is to provide you the opportunity to understand homeland security issues and challenges in the context of an ever-evolving environment. While terrorism is a key emphasis, the program also provides the opportunity to plan for and assess real-world situations from a multi-layered approach of local, state and federal response viewpoint.
Your Homeland Security & Terrorism Program
Homeland security and terrorism are complex fields that can lead to a number of career paths. Classes teach students to devise strategies using state, local and national instruments of power against threats, construct security and response plans, apply research to criminal justice concepts, identify and prioritize risk and communicate within all levels of government.
The Tiffin University homeland security and terrorism program teaches the fundamental values and purposes of criminal justice in American society. It prepares students for entry level administrative and advocacy positions.
Online: Two terms per semester starting in January, March, May, July, August and October
On Campus: 15-week semester starting in January and August
Who Is This Program For?
Protecting our nation is as real as it gets. Tiffin University’s homeland security and terrorism program was developed in direct response to real security threats posed by transnational terrorist organizations.
The need for college graduates with a grasp of the complexities associated with homeland security and terrorism is clear. This innovative major affords you the chance to hone your professional interests while acquiring traditional skill sets needed to succeed in the 21st century.
DEGREE COMPLETION TIME
The time to complete one’s degree is dependent on the number of hours transferring in. Tiffin University strives to transfer in as much transfer credit for students as possible. With this said, in order for credit to transfer, one must have earned a “C” or better in the course.