Each concentration is 6 courses, 18 credits.
Become an expert in corporate, national, and global security while you learn how to assess risk and critically think about conflict and security. Gain skills related to jobs in securities, border patrol, and emergency management, while preparing for the option of graduate study in the field.
For individuals working in educational, criminal justice, or social work with an interest in focusing on trauma. Learn writing, research and foundational skills related to issues concerning veterans, domestic violence victims, refugees, and schools.
For alternative health field professionals working in midwifery, acupuncture, yoga therapy, massage, and health coaching. Learn how to work in conjunction with the medical model to provide support, triage and lifestyle coaching to individuals who are seeking wellness. Communicate and think critically about health psychology, and the role of wellness on the individual and societal level.
Prepare for a variety of careers in day care centers, private schools, and other organizations that do not require state licensure, or build a foundation for graduate study leading to licensure. Courses focus on curriculum theory and design, special education, and instructional technology.
Early Childhood Education
Specialize in teaching small children, from infants up to the third grade, and assist them in the development of their social, personal, and academic skills.
Continue to enrich children’s lives by expanding your knowledge through a holistic study of arts and humanities, education, business, science, and math.