The Terrorism and Homeland Security graduate certificate program is designed to help you students meet your professional objectives, whether you choose to use this certificate as a career enhancement tool for entry level employment or advancement in a law enforcement or other agency.
Certificate Learning Objectives
After completion of the certificate courses you will be able to:
To be considered for admission to the UCM graduate Certificate in Terrorism and Homeland Security, you must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 at the university level and completed a Bachelor’s degree.
A maximum of three units of transfer credit may be applied toward requirements in the Certificate in Terrorism and Homeland Security. Courses taken toward the graduate certificate program may be applied to a UCM Master of Science degree.
The Terrorism & Homeland Security Certificate can be completed in one year.