Our varied and flexible degree programs allow you to concentrate on your specific interests. Plus, you will gain the communication, critical thinking, leadership and decision-making skills that will set you apart.
- Bachelor of Security Studies (B.S.S.) in Border and Homeland Security
- Bachelor of Border Security (B.B.S.)
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Criminal Justice
- Hybrid (Online and In Person)
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Criminal Justice
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Global Security Studies
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Homeland Security
- Bachelor of Security Studies (B.S.S.) in Intelligence and Analysis
- Bachelor of Intelligence and Analysis (B.I.A.)
- Master of Security Studies (M.S.S.) in Intelligence and Analysis
A student currently enrolled in good standing in one of the department’s graduate degrees may apply to pursue a second master’s upon successful completion of the initial degree. A maximum of 12 credit hours may be transferred from the initial degree to the second degree. A recommendation by the program coordinator for the second degree and approval of the department chair is required prior to applying for the new degree.
Around the Department
The security of our homes, cities, states and national borders is perhaps the most important issue facing our country today. Your ASU degree is your ticket to join an exciting and dynamic world of law enforcement, military, security and intelligence professionals who perform the all-important tasks to keep us safe and secure.
Take a look at some other aspects of our department that make ASU an outstanding place to study criminal justice and security studies.
You can earn various undergraduate and graduate certificates for added professional credentials. Certificates are available in Cybercrime Investigation, Cybersecurity and Emergency Management.
You can also minor in Border Security, Criminal Justice or World Cultures.
Angelo State has been designated a “Military Friendly School” and “Military Spouse Friendly School” by VIQTORY Media and G.I. Jobs magazine. We have also been named a Top 10 “Best for Vets College” by the Military Times. Our VETS Center is here to help with your military education benefits.
Journal of Homeland and National Security Perspectives
Students, practitioners, researchers, scholars, policymakers, theorists, and others interested in homeland and national security concerns can voice their thoughts in this student-led peer-reviewed publication.