Certificate in Homeland Security and Defense
Contact Dr. Michael Suttmoeller and see certificate requirements in the College of Humanities and Public Affairs.
Michael Suttmoeller, Certificate Advisor
Strong Hall, Room 230B; Phone 417-836-3139
Review the following Program Costs and Potential Occupations (Gainful Employment Disclosure).
The certificate in Homeland Security and Defense provides a 12 hour graduate-level experience for people working or desiring to work in the field of homeland security and defense. This program provides leadership education and critical thinking skills for dealing with threats faced in the global war on terror.
The curriculum is structured around key policy and organizational problems involving homeland security. Each course prepares students to master core issues, principles, and problem-solving approaches that can be applied to specific challenges confronting their jurisdictions or sponsoring organizations.
To be considered for the program, a student must have a 2.75 grade point average and be admitted to the certificate program. Students who do not meet this criterion, but demonstrate potential for success through career experience, may be admitted at the discretion of the Certificate Advisor and with the approval of the Dean of the Graduate College. Admission to this certificate program does not constitute admission to any other Missouri State University graduate program.
Required courses - 12 hours
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|CRM 740||Foundations of Homeland Defense and Security||3 hrs|
|CRM 745||Topics in Homeland Defense and Security||3 hrs|
|PLS 717||Multidisciplinary Approaches to Homeland Security||3 hrs|
|PLS 719||Strategic Planning and Organizational Imperatives in Homeland Security||3 hrs|