Degree Programs:

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security

Certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management

The Certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management is aimed at the non-degree student who is interested in obtaining collegiate experience in the field of American corrections. This certificate is not financial aid eligible.  Currently enrolled Criminal Justice majors are not eligible for this certificate. 

Certificate Requirements: 

  1. Students must meet the regular Indiana University admission requirements.
  2. Students must complete 15 credit hours in homeland security and emergency management with a grade of C- or better in each course.
  3. Required courses may not be substituted for other courses.
  4. The courses for this certificate are usually offered only online.
  5. The following courses (15 cr.) are required of all students seeking a certificate in homeland security and emergency management:
    • CJHS-J 272 Terrorism and Public Policy (3 cr.)
    • CJHS-J 275 Introduction to Emergency Management (3 cr.)
    • CJHS-J 278 Principles and Practices in Homeland Security (3 cr.)
    • CJHS-J 387 Foundations of Homeland Security (3 cr.)
    • CJHS-J 388 Public Administration and Emergency Management (3 cr.)

PDF Version

Click here for the PDF version.