MS in Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Master of Science
Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Master of Science (M.S.) in Homeland Security and Emergency Management is a non-thesis, thirty (30) school credit hour degree designed to offer the busy professional an easy and convenient way to cultivate the necessary skills for analyzing, reviewing, developing, and/or implementing strategies, policies, and procedures within the Homeland Security environment.

Designed for:

  • individuals already working in the criminal justice field
  • individuals seeking to advance within the field of criminal justice and public service
  • individuals seeking to pursue an academic career within the field of criminology and criminal justice and intending to pursue doctoral study in Criminal Justice

For more information, please contact:

Paul Lilly, PsyD
Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator for Criminal Justice & Criminology


Kitty Keim
Director of Graduate Admissions and Student Support


Phone: 1.833.USW.GRAD (879.4723) ext. 706