Safety and Security

The safety and security area of study focuses on the disciplines related to local community safety and security as a complement to another area of study for students seeking a well-blended interdisciplinary program with a foundation in community safety and security. To meet the requirements for the safety and security area of study, students must satisfactorily complete:

Degree Requirements

As part of the General Curriculum Distribution requirements (hours count to fulfill the GCDR but not the specialization):

PSY 200General Psychology

4

At least 43 credit hours, including:

CRM 101Introduction to Criminology

4

CRM 102Introduction to Criminal Justice

4

CRM 200Law Enforcement

4

LJA 204Introduction to Law and the Legal System

4

HSC 250Emergency Medical Response

3

8 hours of additional CRM courses

At least one of the following courses (4 credit hours):

HIS 325Narcotic Drugs and Modern Society

4

HIS 212Witchcraft and Magic in the Early Modern Atlantic World

4

GWA 403U.S. National Security Policy

4

GWA 402Constitutional Law and the Supreme Court

4

Electives must be earned in one or more of the following: criminology (CRM), psychology (PSY), government and world affairs (GWA), health science (HSC), philosophy (PHL).