Security Studies

The security studies certificate will provide students with the skills and credentials necessary to expand their employment opportunities in corporate and public security. Students will receive extended education in cross-disciplinary topics such as accounting, computer studies, and advanced crime and law courses. Upon completion of this certificate, students will be well-equipped to have fluid conversations with professionals from different backgrounds.

Degree Awarded: 
Security Studies
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Additional Program Fee: 
Second Language Requirement: 
Requirement description: 

There are no additional admission requirements other than those required for admission to ASU.

Admission Requirements: 

The following courses are required (12):

ACC 382 Accounting and Financial Analysis (3)
CIS 105 Computer Applications and Information Technology, CS (3)
CRJ 201 Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies and Practices (3)
CRJ 419 Domestic Terrorism (3)

Select two from the following (6):

CRJ 410 Procedural Criminal Law (3)
CRJ 412 International Terrorism (3)
CRJ 413 Forensics (3)
CRJ 450 Crime Analysis (3)
CRJ 463 White Collar Crime (3)
CRJ 464 Organized Crime (3)

Select one from the following (3):

CIS 235 Introduction to Information Systems (3)
CPI 101 Introduction to Informatics, CS (3)
CSE 100 Principles of Programming with C++, CS (3)
CSE 110 Principles of Programming with Java, CS (3)
CSE 180 Computer Literacy, CS (3)

Select one from the following (3):

CRJ 484 Internship (3)
LES 305 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business (3)
LAW 480 Business, Law, and Society (3)