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Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security: Law & Policy

Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security: Law & Policy

Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security: Law & Policy

The Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security: Law & Policy provides students with the opportunity to earn a certificate in the basic areas of homeland security law, including domestic terrorism, terror finance, biosecurity, emergency management and cyber law.

The 12-hour, online certificate curriculum includes courses from the law school's M.S. in Homeland Security: Law & Policy program. Students pursuing the graduate certificate are required to complete two of the three core courses required for the M.S. degree. These core courses, coupled with two elective courses, give the student a broad approach to homeland security law and the opportunity to study an area of special interest.

The certificate program will be available online beginning in fall 2021.

The certificate requires 12 credit hours for completion: 6 required hours (two courses) and 6 elective hours (two courses).

The certificate will require 12 credit hours for completion, which will be comprised of 6 required hours (2 courses) and 6 elective hours (2 courses).


Questions?

Stephen Mazza
Dean and Professor of Law
785-864-9266
smazza@ku.edu