Homeland Security (TSA), Certificate of Specialization
The Homeland Security (TSA) Certificate provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully enter the field of homeland security, specializing in employment positions overseeing security management, intelligence analysis, transportation safety and border security. The sequence of courses offered within the certificate helps develop a student’s understanding of the interrelated duties, relationships, and responsibilities impacting personnel employed to ensure U.S. national security.
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Recognize the types of hazards that can negatively impact a community and assess the variables that impact this type of hazard exposure.
- Distinguish some of the fundamental roles and responsibilities of the professional emergency manager established by the Emergency Management Institute.
- Demonstrate effective skills using well established problem-solving, communication and interpersonal techniques.
Certificate Graduation Requirements
A Certificate is awarded upon completion of the required coursework with a grade of C or higher in each course. To receive the certificate, the student must file a petition for graduation during his/her final semester. In addition:
Certificate of Specialization
- 50 percent of the certificate program’s units must be completed at Coastline.
|EMGT C102||Introduction to Homeland Security||3|
|EMGT C172||Intelligence Analysis and Security Management||3|
|EMGT C174||Transportation and Border Security||3|