Our Homeland Security and Emergency Management Curriculum
Designed for working professionals who want to excel in a career-focused in Homeland Security or Emergency Management, this 100% online bachelor’s degree includes courses from both fields as well as offers tracks in which you may concentrate.
If you have received a C or better, from a regionally accredited college or university, your classes may transfer to the Homeland Security and Emergency Management degree. Transfer credits are evaluated at the time of application. Learn more about the University of New Haven’s transfer policy.
If you are a Firefighter or a Homeland Security professional, the training you received for your job may count towards your degree at the University of New Haven. Therefore, you may be able to reduce both the time and cost of your bachelor’s.
Students earning a B.S. degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management are required to complete at least 121 credits, including the University Core Curriculum. All classes are offered online, so you can continue to work and take courses when it’s convenient for you.
The bachelor’s degree requires 121 credits including 40 credits of University Core Curriculum, 30 credit hours of coursework specific to the HSEM degree, and 12 credit hours from either the Homeland Security or Emergency Management track.