Inspired to serve in our nation's security, the Homeland Security program at Marian University is designed to develop competent Homeland Security leaders for public and private entities. The bachelor's degree curriculum follows principles set forth by the Homeland Security and Defense Education Consortium Association (HSDECA) and is designed to prepare graduates for public service in various levels of government, law enforcement, fire science, emergency management and health care as well as the private sector and non-governmental service organizations.
Students who complete the Homeland Security program will be professionally prepared to solve management problems, develop strategic plans, enhance human resource potential, increase productivity, address internal organizational issues, and better prevent incidents or manage them should they occur.
General Education Program: 46-49 of University requirements.
36 credits as follows:
COM 215 Introduction to Public Relations, 3 cr.
CRJ 303 Law Enforcement Administration, 3 cr.
HOS 312 Crisis Intervention and Management, 3 cr.
HOS 350 Principles of Professional Practice, 3 cr.
HOS 405 Critical Perspectives of Disaster, 3 cr.
HOS 407 Critical Perspectives of Terrorism, 3 cr.
HSL 201 Introduction to Homeland Security, 3 cr.
HSL 212 Homeland Security Resource Management, 3 cr.
HSL 305 Leadership and Organizational Management, 3 cr.
HSL 313 Emergency Planning, 3 cr.
HSL 350 Administrative Law, 3 cr.
HSL 495 Capstone Project in Homeland Security, 3 cr.
18 credits: University electives with at least 9 credits earned from upper level (300-400) courses from the following (at least 6 credits must be from courses other than military science):
CRJ 101 Intro to the Criminal Justice System, 3 cr.
CRJ 330 Crime Prevention/Community Safety, 3 cr.
CRJ 401 Police Community Relations, 3 cr.
HIS 206 History of Terrorism, 3 cr.
HIS 207 History of Crime, 3 cr.
HOS 204 Special Topics, 1-3 cr.
HOS 310 Criminology, 3 cr.
HOS 342 Research Methods, 3 cr.
HOS 394 Homeland Security Field Experience, 1-3 cr.
HOS 404 Special Topics, 1-3 cr.
HOS 414 Independent Study, 1-3 cr.
HOS 420 Race, Gender and Ethnicity, 3 cr.
HOS 494 Homeland Security Field Experience, 1-3 cr.
MSC 110 Leadership and Military Science I, 2 cr.
MSC 120 Leadership and Military Science II, 2 cr.
MSC 210 Basic Leadership and Management I, 2 cr.
MSC 220 Basic Leadership and Management II, 2 cr.
MSC 301 Advanced Leadership and Management I, 4 cr.
MSC 302 Advanced Leadership and Management II, 4 cr.
MSC 401 Applied Leadership and Management I, 4 cr.
MSC 402 Applied Leadership and Management II, 4 cr.
PHI 320 Philosophy of Law, 3 cr.
SWK 210 Statistical Techniques for Research Data Analysis, 3 cr.
25 - 28 credits: