Jun 17, 2021  
2021/2022 University Catalog 
    
2021/2022 University Catalog

Homeland Security, M.S.


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(Major Code: 22102) (SIMS Code: 779001)

In addition to meeting the requirements for the Master of Science degree, as described in Requirements for Master’s Degrees , students must complete 30 units of coursework in an officially approved course of study as outlined below. Students must earn a minimum grade point average of B (3.0) in the master’s program and no less than a C in each course. Students may meet the culminating experience requirement through Plan A by completing H SEC 799A  or through Plan B by completing H SEC 790  and successfully passing a comprehensive examination.

Graduate Program (30 Units)


Homeland Security Electives


Six units in consultation with program adviser.

Non-Homeland Security Electives


Three units in consultation with program adviser.

Study Abroad (3 Units)


All homeland security graduate students are required to complete a homeland security-related study abroad experience. To meet this requirement, students must complete one of the following with the preapproved and written consent of the program adviser:

  1. A CSU Study Abroad Program;
  2. An SDSU Exchange Program;
  3. An SDSU Semester Abroad Program;
  4. An SDSU Travel Study Program;
  5. A homeland security practicum, special topics, special study, or research conducted abroad.

See the homeland security study abroad guide located in the homeland security Blackboard homeroom and the program adviser to make arrangements to meet the study abroad requirement.

Plan A or Plan B (3 Units)


Students who complete Plan A, thesis or project option must include H SEC 799A  in their program of study. Students who complete Plan B, non-thesis option must include H SEC 790  in their program of study and pass a comprehensive examination.

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