Why Criminal Justice – Homeland Security at Thomas College?
The homeland security concentration shows that homeland security is an integral part of our national defense system, our intelligence system, our emergency response system, our border security system, our private security system, and our criminal justice system.
Students will learn that homeland security is a decades-long movement that impacts American daily life and leads to changes in our political, ethical, and social discourse. It has been and continues to be a fast-growing professional employment sector in our national and international economy. Because of its continual impact on America’s political and social way of life, “homeland security” is worthy of study as an academic discipline for students. Additionally, students will benefit from the concentration because it will expose them numerous professional opportunities within the growing criminal justice – homeland security field.
At a Glance
3 year option
- Homeland Security
- Criminal Justice Administration and Organization
- Foundations of Cyber Security
|Steven Dyer, M.A.||Instructor of Criminal Justice|
|Tracey L. Horton, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice|
|Mark Marsolais, Ph.D.||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Laurie Ochs, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice|
|Alicia Wilcox, Ph.D.
||Associate Professor of Criminal Justice|