Homeland security schools in Minnesota prepare students to enter the workforce as a trained homeland security officer in a capacity related to the safety, protection and security of the United States of America. Degree programs offered in most Minnesota schools includes a two-year associate’s, four-year bachelor’s, and six-year master’s degrees. Some universities offer a high level doctoral degree for those students who want to continue their education and become an expert in the field of homeland security. A wide variety of career options are available to students due to the ever-growing and expanding field. National security is expected to rise over the next decade.
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice : Homeland Security
- Master of Science: Homeland Security and Emergency Management
- Criminal Justice B.S.
- Criminal Justice A.A.S.