Catalog 2016-2017 > Graduate and Continuing Studies > Graduate and Continuing Studies Degree Programs > Continuing Studies > Community Safety
The community safety specialization is designed for the student who works in or wants to work in a public safety agency and desires to combine select courses from a variety of related disciplines into a cohesive degree. To meet the requirements for the community safety specialization, students must satisfactorily complete 86 credit hours, including:
3 elective credit hours (in addition to the above course) in health science (HSC)
At least 15 of the above credit hours must be earned at the University.
At least 16 of the above credit hours must be earned in courses at the 300-level or higher.