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Uncover the ways terrorism, financial crime, gangs and organized crime threaten the United States and learn how law enforcement agencies, the military and other aspects of our national security system collaborate to provide defense against these threats.
The 21 credit hour homeland security certificate program provides students with the skills and credentials necessary to prepare them to enter fields specializing in homeland security. Students receive extended education in topics such as domestic and international terrorism, cyber terrorism and advanced crime.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements:
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ASU has many financial aid options. Almost everyone, regardless of income, can qualify for some form of financial aid. In fact, more than 70 percent of all ASU students receive some form of financial assistance every year.
The following courses are required: (15 credit hours)
CRJ 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice, SB (3)
CRJ 201 Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies and Practices (3)
CRJ 412 International Terrorism (3)
CRJ 417 Cyber Terrorism (3)
CRJ 419 Domestic Terrorism (3)
The following courses are electives: (6 credit hours)
CRJ 350 Law and Social Control, SB (3)
CRJ 422 Violence in America (3)
CRJ 455 Police and International Terrorism (3)
CRJ 456 Etiology of Martyrdom (3)
CRJ 462 Gangs (3)
CRJ 463 White Collar Crime (3)
CRJ 464 Organized Crime (3)
CRJ 494 Media, Crime and Criminal Justice (3)
A grade of "C" (2.00 on a 4.00 scale) or better is required for all upper-division course work.
Depending upon a student's undergraduate program of study, prerequisite courses may be needed in order to complete the requirements of this certificate.
There are no additional admission requirements other than those required for admission to ASU. Students should meet with an academic advisor from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice to formally add the certificate to their degree plan.
A student pursuing an undergraduate certificate must be enrolled as a degree-seeking student at ASU. Undergraduate certificates are not awarded prior to the award of an undergraduate degree. A student already holding an undergraduate degree may pursue an undergraduate certificate as a nondegree-seeking graduate student.