Explore Academic Programs - Homeland Security and Emergency Management


The challenges of preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery from disasters and threats to our national security are endless. Upon completion of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management program, students will be well-rounded and educated assets to any organization they serve.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Emergency management director

Potential Earnings: $78,320 annually

Market Growth Rate: 5 - 8 %


Police officer or firefighter

Potential Earnings: $59,000 annually

Market Growth Rate: 5 - 8 %

Federal, state, local first responder

Potential Earnings: $72,000 annually

Market Growth Rate: 7 - 9 %

 
* Further study (bachelor's degree) required | ** Study beyond bachelor's degree required

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Degrees and Certificates

One Associate of Applied Science Degree and three Certificate of Completion programs are available. All programs may be completed online.

Degrees & Certificates Delivery Mode
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Homeland Security and Emergency Management(AAS)
60 credit hours, two years full time
 Online
 Other U.S. locations (Elmendorf AFB, Fort Lee, Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Polk, Fort Richardson, Fort Rucker, Fort Stewart, Fort Wainwright, Hunter AAF)
Homeland Security and Emergency Management(CC)
32 credit hours, one year full time
 Online
 Other U.S. locations (Fort Lee)
Emergency Management(CC)
16 credit hours, one semester full time
 Online
Homeland Security(CC)
18 credit hours, one semester full time
 Online
Course Descriptions
EMAP HMSY
LGLA  

 


Contact the Department

Office: 254-526-1789

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 Homeland Security and Emergency Management