Undergraduate
Homeland Security

Homeland Security

You recognize that we are at risk from threats, domestic and foreign. You envision a safer, more secure tomorrow and you see yourself in some capacity working toward that end.

Embry-Riddle’s bachelor’s degree in Homeland Security, one of the very first in the nation, provides students with a foundation in security, with specialized tracks in emergency management, terrorism studies, or cybersecurity.

Whether your interest lies in law and policy, terrorism, emergency management, risk assessment, intelligence analysis, strategic planning, or security, you’ll emerge ready to contribute to making the world a safer place.

DEGREE
DETAILS
Prescott Campus

Prescott, AZ, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Ph.D.

Daytona Beach Campus

Daytona Beach, FL, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security

This degree is offered through our Security Studies and International Affairs department in the Daytona Beach College of Arts and Sciences. Learn more by visiting the Bachelor of Science in the Homeland Security page on our Daytona Beach Campus site.

The Homeland Security Program at ERAU’s Daytona Beach Campus will expose students to the different concepts that help ensure the protection of our nation’s security interests. Topics include studies in emergency management, critical infrastructure protection, risk analysis, industrial security, environmental security, terrorism, intelligence, criminal justice, cybersecurity, and law and policy. Homeland Security students will participate in projects that address real-world situations, providing solutions for actual clients. Students also complete an internship that provides immeasurable value, experience and insights as to how homeland security works. The devotion of the faculty, the passion of the students, and the collaborative atmosphere in our classes foster academic and social success. 

Master’s

Ph.D.

Worldwide Campus

Worldwide Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Ph.D.


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ADVANTAGE

A team of faculty with extensive combined field experience leads the Department of Security Studies and International Affairs. These dedicated, talented faculty share with students their firsthand experiences and teach critical analysis and threat assessment using current events and classroom projects.

You will complete projects with real clients from all over the county. You’ll have the opportunity to employ state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.

The curriculum of this degree is founded in outcome-based methodology, using analysis of marketplace needs, intelligence from U.S. military and governmental experts, and practicing professionals. Subject matter experts from a variety of homeland security disciplines often provide guest lectures or even teach entire courses. As conditions change, your educational experience is adapted to meet the demands of industry and government institutions.

Homeland Security

CAREERS

National disasters, global threats, and other security matters, mandate a growing need for people who are educated in the fields of risk assessment, emergency planning, and management. The HS industry includes chemical, biological and radiological detection, as well as border, rail, seaport, industrial and nuclear plant security. Other vendors include computer and human resources experts, boat makers for the Coast Guard, information and integrated technology companies, and a myriad consultants.

Homeland Security graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions and with the following industries and key organizations:

SPOTLIGHTS