Homeland Security M.S. Admission
- Undergraduate academic record (transcripts of all undergraduate course work);
- 2.75 undergraduate GPA or 3.00 in the last 60 hours of undergraduate course work;
- An essay of no more than 750 words regarding your opinion of the single most important challenge to U.S. homeland security written in endnote or footnote format. Outside sources may be used.
14N Intelligence Officer Course
Students completing the 17th Training Wing’s Intelligence Officer Course (14N) are eligible to receive up to 12 credit hours toward this online master’s degree in Homeland Security.
These deadlines are for application only. Financial Aid and Scholarships may have their own deadlines.
Spring A: Jan 1
Spring B: Mar 1
Summer: May 23
Fall A: Aug 8
Fall B: Applications will open on Aug. 30
Fall B: Oct 9
You are strongly encouraged to register for the first and second eight-week sessions simultaneously, before the first eight-week session begins.