Homeland Security Specialization - Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.)

Homeland Security

The rise in terrorist activity and natural disasters in recent years has intensified the importance of and need for homeland security in the United States and abroad. Today, it plays an expanding and dynamic role in virtually every business and government institution. The Homeland Security specialization is designed for leaders in the private and public sectors interested in analyzing homeland security and crisis planning from a business perspective.

Explore how the field of homeland security has evolved, as well as the global implications it has on how an organization operates, internally and externally. From the principles of global terrorism to risk-based analysis strategies and emerging organizational and policy challenges, gain the insight and knowledge you need to confidently address organizational security issues, mitigate risk, and protect business infrastructure through critical thinking and applied research.

Completion Requirements

  • 60 semester credits
    • Foundation course (3 sem. cr.)
    • Core business courses (15 sem. cr.)
    • Business strategy course (3 sem. cr.)
    • Research methods courses (10 sem. cr.)
    • Specialization courses (9 sem. cr.)
    • Doctoral studies courses (20 sem. cr.)
  • 8 days of academic residency (two 4-day residencies)

Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call your enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

Foundation Course

Core Business Courses

Business Strategy Course

Research Methods Courses

Specialization Courses

Doctoral Studies Courses

D.B.A Program OutlineDownload Program Outline (PDF).


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