Explore national-security threats including cyber-crime, security vulnerabilities, terrorism, and weapons through the undergraduate homeland security certificate program at Columbia College.
The homeland-security certificate explores the structure and functions of the FBI, CIA, and NSA and their intelligence-gathering processes. The program also examines the current state of homeland security in the United States. The curriculum is designed to aid professionals in creating proactive methods to protect public security.
The Homeland Security certificate will appear on the student’s academic transcript and provide evidence that the student has satisfied academic requirements for departmentally recognized courses in the area. The Homeland Security certificate consists of successful completion of 18 semester hours of designated coursework.
Complete the following 18 hours of courses with a grade of C or higher. Twelve hours must be completed at Columbia College.