California University of Pennsylvania

California University of Pennsylvania

Degree Title: Master of Science in Legal Studies: Law and Public Policy / Homeland Security
College: California University of Pennsylvania
Degree Level: Certificate
Accreditation: California University is accredited by the Commission of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, and various program-based agencies.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree from a four-year accredited institution, 3.0+ GPA, official sealed transcripts from previous under- and post-graduate education. Students with a < 3.0 GPA may be admitted on a conditional basis upon passing the written departmental exam.
Program Desc: The Master of Science in Legal Studies program presents an interesting curriculum that prepares supervisory personnel to tackle the many challenges inherent in the protection of a nation. It allows justice professionals, health specialists and legal specialists to concentrate on the methodology of security in this narrow context.The program delivers graduate education with three primary objectives in mind: Develop strategies, plans and programs to prevent terrorist attacks within the United States, and reduce America’s vulnerability to terrorism; Build the organizational arrangements needed to strengthen Homeland Security (HS), including Local/State/Federal, civil-military and interagency cooperation; and help government leaders make immediate as well as longer-term improvements in HS preparedness, by having their students conduct policy development work on “real world,” actionable opportunities for progress.
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