Homeland security schools in New Jersey provide students the education and training to protect against, prepare and respond to emergency situations. Homeland security graduates often take careers in federal, local and state governments. Typical duties include emergency risk assessment, interpreting homeland security procedures and laws, setting up security operations, analyzing security intelligence and learning to secure borders and airports. Common courses include disaster response, emergency planning, public policy in homeland security, and terrorism. The homeland security occupational outlook remains strong as security risks are increasing, which means the demand for well trained personnel will remain high. Most programs grant two-year associate’s and four-year bachelor’s degrees.
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