A Bachelor of Science degree in National Security Studies provides students with a comprehensive understanding of national, corporate, and cyber security theories and practices, and prepares them to operate on a supervisory level within security, law enforcement and business environments. Professional opportunities include security professional/manager at the corporate level, and the National Security field (CIA, NSA, NIS, FBI, etc.), as well as further study at the master or doctoral level in Security Administration, Criminal Justice or Public Administration.
Accreditation: The Professional Security Studies Department is accredited by
Those interested in NSA Certification for Information Security (INFOSEC) will include SECU 222 above, (as a prerequisite) and then these two to complete the three-course sequence: SECU 322* Computer Security II (3 credits) SECU 422* Computer Security III (3 credits) Additional courses in Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Computer Science, Business, History, Modern Languages, Political Science, Sociology, and other electives that are related to the field of professional security will be accepted upon approval of both the department chairperson and faculty advisor.