The undergraduate program in International and Homeland Security is based on an interdisciplinary global studies curriculum with an additional 12 credits of Political Science so that students understand the legal environment of homeland security. A comprehensive world languages program enables students to attain professional proficiency in multiple languages. All students will complete the university’s cybersecurity certificate, as well as complete a professional internship in order to gain an understanding of career opportunities available to them upon graduation. The School of Diplomacy and International Relations sponsors regional study trips. Opportunities to participate in Model U.N. and other activities related to the United Nations also are available.
To attain the degree of Bachelor of Science in International and Homeland Security, students must complete the program for a total of 121 credits. While each student is guided by a faculty adviser of the School, the ultimate responsibility for complying with curriculum requirements rests with the student. To complete degree requirements satisfactorily, students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Transfer students should obtain academic advisement from one of the Associate Deans.
Prerequisite C- or better before DIPL 4101; complete MATH 1203 prior to DIPL 3800.
Take DIPL 3850, DIPL 3851, DIPL 3852, DIPL 3853, or any CORE 3000-level class.
Prior completion of ECON 1402 and 1403 strongly recommended.
DIPL 3800 with C- or better is prerequisite.
Any DIPL course not counting towards another requirement.
Any 3000-level or higher class taught in the student’s foreign language choice.
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