Sheldon Silver discusses Ashford University's Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Management, a program he teaches courses in as an Assistant Professor. Mr. Silver holds a Juris Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis, MO; a Bachelor of Science in General Science and Criminal Justice from University of Detroit-Mercy; and an Associate of Arts in Law Enforcement Administration from University of Detroit-Mercy. Read his full bio.
Work to secure America. Earn your Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Management degree online from Ashford University and gain a broad view of emergency preparedness and security.
Online Homeland Security and Emergency Management Bachelor's Degree Focus
In the Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Management degree, you will consider counter-terrorism, emergency planning for natural disasters, response to terrorism, and research and analysis. In the post-911 era, the US government created the Department of Homeland Security, which prepares for, prevents, and responds to domestic emergencies. Along with the need for tightened security, there is a need for emergency management to deal with the consequences of attacks and natural disasters. This comprehensive degree program educates security professionals in both areas. You will learn in-depth emergency planning and response, study the cultural and political causes of terrorism, and search for solutions.
Special Terms and Conditions
Successful completion of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management degree by itself does not lead to licensure or certification in any state, regardless of concentration or specialization. Further, Ashford University does not guarantee that any professional organization will accept a graduate's application to sit for any exam for the purpose of professional certification. Students seeking licensure or certification in a particular profession are strongly encouraged to carefully research the requirements prior to enrollment. Requirements may vary by state. Further, a criminal record may prevent an applicant from obtaining licensure, certification, or employment in this field of study.
If a homeland security degree fits your personal goals, contact Ashford University at 866.711.1700 to learn more, or request additional information.