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:
As part of the General Curriculum Distribution requirements (hours count to fulfill the GCDR but not the specialization):
A minimum of 46 credit hours in the specialization, consisting of:
At least one of the following courses:
|GWA 314||U.S. National Security Policy||
|GWA 402||Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court||
3 elective credit hours (in addition to the above course) in health science (HSC)
At least one of the following:
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.
- 40 credit hours may be earned through electives of the student’s choosing.