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Homeland and International Security Concentration - Online

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Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice- Homeland and International Security- Credits: 120 (program code: 5828)

Program Description

The program offers an excellent blend of courses in criminal justice, law, forensic science, criminology, cyber crimes, counter terrorism, and homeland and international security that develop critical thinkers and well-versed professionals. The curriculum and the educational preparation and experience of the faculty are unrivaled. The program provides a comprehensive, methodical review of major criminal justice and security functions and operations. Our goal is to satisfy a wide range of academic and professional interests.

Delivery Mode

Global Online (100 percent online delivery)

Admission Criteria

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Curriculum

Course

 Credits

 JUS104 Introduction to Security

 3

 JUS205 Principles of Homeland Security

 3

 JUS305 International Criminal Justice

 3

 JUS335 Corporate Security Law

 3

 JUS338 Executive Protection

 3

 JUS375 Criminal Law

 3

 JUS376 Criminal Procedure

 3

 JUS399 Selected Topics in Criminal Justice

 3

 JUS405 Cybersecurity

 3

 JUS410 International Security

 3

 JUS415 Law Enforcement and Culture

 3

 JUS429 Terrorism

 3

 JUS430 Criminal Intelligence Analysis

 3

 JUS440 Military Criminal Justice

 3

 JUS466 Leadership & Ethics in Criminal Justice

 3

 JUS487 Computer Forensics

 3

 JUS488 Cyber Crime Investigation

 3

 JUS495 Research Methods in Criminal Justice Studies

 3

 JUS496 Criminological Theory

 3

 JUS499 Seminar in Justice Studies

 3

 

Advisement

Students in the Homeland and International Security program receive academic and professional advisement from the program coordinator and program faculty. Each student is assigned to an academic adviser from the time he/she is accepted into the program of study. Advisers work with students to discuss, monitor and provide advisement as it relates to their program of study.

 

Program Coordinator

Michael Hummel, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.A.(Columbia University), B.S. (University of the State of New York), A.S. (Troy State University)
Email: hummel@calu.edu
Phone: 724-938-6043
Webpage: www.calu.edu/academics/faculty/Michael-Hummel.aspx

  

Program Faculty

Aref M. Al-Khattar, Ph.D., M.A. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania), B.A. (University of Jordan), Professor

John R. Cencich, J.S.D. (University of Notre Dame), LL.M. (Kent Law School, University of Kent at Canterbury), M.S. (Virginia Commonwealth University), B.S. (St. Paul's College), Professor

Raymond Hsieh, Ph.D. (State University of New York at Buffalo), M.S. (Rochester Institute of Technology), B.A. (Central Police University-Taiwan), Professor

Mathilda Spencer, Ph.D. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania), M.S. (Shippensburg University), B.A. (Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor

Julie Warnick, J.D. (Thomas M. Cooley Law School), B.S. (West Virginia University), Assistant Professor

Christopher Wydra, D.S. (Robert Morris University), M.S. (Duquesne University), B.S. (Point Park University), Assistant Professor