Angelo State University’s online homeland security degree programs have been ranked among the best and most affordable in the nation for 2019 by multiple higher education resource guides.
35 Best Online Homeland Security Degrees” by OnlineSchoolsReport.com. This program is designed for students seeking careers in local, state and federal law enforcement, border security and emergency management.ASU’s online Bachelor of Security Studies in border and homeland security degree program has been ranked No. 4 in the U.S. among the “
ASU’s online Bachelor of Border Security degree program has been ranked No. 24 in the U.S. among the “35 Best Online Security Degrees” by CollegeChoice.net. This program is designed for students who have completed their Associate of Applied Science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.
ASU’s online Master of Science in homeland security degree program has been ranked among the best in the U.S. for 2019 for quality and affordability by five different guides, including:
- CollegeChoice.net – No. 2 among the “20 Most Affordable Online Master’s in Security Degrees”
- CollegeValuesOnline.com – No. 5 among the “Top 50 Best Most Affordable Master’s in Emergency Management Online”
- OnlineSchoolsReport.com – No. 6 among the “25 Best Online Master’s in Homeland Security Degrees”
- TheBestColleges.org – No. 7 among the “10 Best Online Master’s in Homeland Security”
- OnlineMasters.com – No. 9 and “Most Military Friendly” among the “Best Online Master’s in Homeland Security Programs”
- CollegeChoice.net – No. 22 among the “Best Online Master’s in Security Degrees”
Courses in the online M.S. in homeland security program cover terrorism and counter-terrorism; chemical, biological and radiological hazards and responses; federal immigration laws; and international drug/human trafficking. The degree is designed for those seeking to further their careers in law enforcement, border security, homeland security and emergency management.
ASU’s online border and homeland security degree programs are offered through the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice within the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies.