Knowledge and expertise in emergency response protocols are valued skills in today’s workplace. Start or advance your career in law enforcement and public safety with TCC’s Career Studies Certificate in Homeland Security.
Graduates will have a basic foundation of the criminal justice field. Courses include:
- Police Response to Criminal Incidents
- Transportation and Border Security
- Terrorism and Counter Terrorism
Your studies will touch such topics as historical and current practices of terrorism; classifications of terrorist organizations; Homeland Security initiatives covering government, private sector and higher education; civil rights; the USA Patriot Act; and future challenges to U.S. security.
Apply all of the credits you earn in this program to TCC's Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice, which offers a specialization in Homeland Security.
TCC’s Career Studies Certificate in Homeland Security consists of 2 semesters of part-time study, with classes held on all campuses.
Estimated Program Cost*:
18 credits x $181.10 per credit = $3,259.80 (not including textbooks and supplies)
*Based on Fall 2017 in-state tuition. Your actual cost may differ.
This certificate may lead to entry-level employment in law enforcement or homeland security.
You can also apply all of your credits to TCC’s Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice.
Veterans, transitioning military, spouses and dependents: TCC’s Center for Military and Veterans Education provides academic guidance and help in maximizing your GI Bill® and other educational benefits.
Tuition assistance such as financial aid, scholarships, work-study, grants and loans can help you save money and reduce college debt.
Just 18 credits! Finish this program in as little as 2 semesters
Take classes on any of TCC’s 4 campuses
Learn from professionals who are working in law enforcement and public safety
Ephraim Palmero was on a nursing path but quickly realized he preferred the law and international affairs after enjoying classes taught by Butch Holtz.
Butch Holtz, Criminal Justice Professor
Training students to protect and serve