Academic Programs

Through its innovative and unique programs, the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity is preparing the next generation of leaders in critical areas. 

Undergraduate

Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity BA / BS +MS Option

Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option

Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Informatics BS Online Option, +MS Option
Masters

Information Science MS STEM | Online Option

Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option
Information Science MS STEM | Online Option

Information Science School Library MS Fully Online

Micro-credentials

The College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC) offers micro-credentials in disaster preparedness and eSports. For more information on micro-credentials, please visit the Center for Experiential Education.

Core Competencies in Disaster Preparedness
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Level: Undergraduate

Instruction Method: In Person

Earners of this micro-credential learn and apply techniques for collaborating as a member of an emergency response team across various roles before, during and after a disaster. Using the four phases of emergency management — mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery — participants identify the role of federal, state and local governments in natural and man-made disasters. Through FEMA training, Citizen Preparedness Corp training and HOPE immersive field training, earners further develop response skills.

eSports
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Level: Undergraduate

Instruction Method: In Person

Earners of the eSports micro-credential have an understanding of eSports and the digital gaming ecosystem and a perspective of traditional sports in society. Through hands on experience as an intern working in a large eSports gaming facility for 100+ players, earners develop improved communication skills, critical thinking, resourcefulness and adaptability - as supported by the University of Glasgow 2017 study on skill development through video games - which can be used to further their careers.

Training and Experiential Learning 

The College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity provides a supplemental training and experiential learning component to undergraduate students. The program curriculum allows students to further their classroom learning in an applied environment through internships and training, authentic simulations and work with real-world clients.