April 4, 2008, Newsletter Issue #53: Homeland Security

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A newer area of specialty within the field of criminal justice is Homeland Security. This major has specifically become prominent since the attacks of September 11, 2001. There are numerous educational possibilities within the area of homeland security, such as an Associate of Applied Science in Homeland Security or a Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security (masters programs and PhD programs, though fewer in number, are also an option). An associates degree would prepare you for an entry level position, while a bachelors might make you more likely to obtain a middle-level position upon graduation.

Areas of study with a degree in homeland security include crisis management/intervention, contingency planning, and emergency response. Since the Department of Homeland Security is a government agency, many higher level employees are recruited from various branches of the military and other areas of federal employment. 

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