The College of Health and Human Services offers a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Strategic Studies in WMD. This degree is designed for those individuals who already have a bachelor’s degree and have experience in the criminal justice field. The M.S. in Strategic Studies in WMD is a 30-credit program designed to prepare graduate students for careers in areas such as emergency management, national security, disaster preparedness, security engineering, etc. The program provides students with structured opportunities to learn about a wide variety of areas associated with Strategic Studies in WMD.
The Master of Science Program in Strategic Studies in WMD (SWMD) offers full or part time study. In addition to meeting the requirements for the School of Graduate Studies and Research and the College of Health and Human Services, students in the SWMD program will be required to possess the following prerequisite academic and/or professional preparation:
If the SWMD program graduate committee believes that an applicant is lacking necessary skills in one of the above-referenced areas, it may require him/her to enroll in the appropriate undergraduate course(s) to acquire these skills/this knowledge.
Must be approved by advisor
After completing the M.S. in Strategic Studies in WMD students will be able to:
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