Homeland security schools in Kentucky offer students educational programs in preparation for a career in homeland security and emergency disaster response. The office of homeland security was formed by the federal government in response to increased security threats. Homeland security programs teach students how to prevent, respond, and recover from disasters caused by nature or criminal entities. Homeland security programs are typically bachelor’s degree programs. Classes include business and industry emergency response, emergency management, homeland security public policy, terrorism, intelligence data analysis, and legal issues. Homeland security jobs are expected to grow at an average rate, but greatly depend on local, state and federal funding so they can be somewhat difficult to project.
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