Walden University

Master of Science in Psychology - Terrorism and Security

With homeland security as a fast-growing field, now is the time to pursue a Master of Psychology in Terrorism and Security. To understand the impact of terrorism and the countermeasures required to combat terrorist threats you will have to apply both psychological and public policy principles. Your courses will help you gain an understanding of the systemic approaches to the issues of public safety, emergency preparedness, and disaster/trauma management. Additionally, they will help you to apply the findings of behavioral, social, and cognitive research to positions throughout the field of homeland security. With this degree you will be able to pursue career opportunities emerging at the local, national, and global level.

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