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Minor In Homeland Security

Learn Vital Concepts for Protecting Others in Today’s World with a Minor in Homeland Security

Liberty University’s homeland security minor features online homeland security classes that will engage you with crucial information in incident command systems, infrastructure protection, counter-terrorism, and a thorough overview of homeland security itself. In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States, the US Government has been vigilant in defending the nation against terrorism and anything that would threaten its safety. Our homeland security classes will equip you with valuable knowledge and the skill set needed to work towards protecting the nation from domestic and international terrorism.

Why Choose Homeland Security?
What Will You Learn?
Course Requirements

Why Choose a Minor in Homeland Security Online from Liberty?

Our Minor in Homeland Security classes are taught from a Christian worldview and are available 100% online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take courses on campus. Some of the homeland security classes in this minor are similar to our Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – Homeland Security, which may be an alternative option for students wanting to primarily concentrate on homeland security.

What Will You Learn in Our Homeland Security Classes?

Through a Minor in Homeland Security, you will learn interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, and an awareness of domestic issues that will equip you to be a leader in your career and personal life. Our homeland security classes feature critical information from a wide range of topics including infrastructure protection, terrorism, and counter-terrorism.

Minor in Homeland Security Classes (18 hours)

  • CJUS 380 – Introduction to Homeland Security

  • CJUS 381 – Incident Command System/Emergency Planning, and Incident Management
  • CJUS 382 – Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • CJUS 383 – Behavioral Dimensions of Disaster
  • GOVT 480 – Terrorism
  • GOVT 481 – Counter-Terrorism