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Idaho State University's Homeland Security and Emergency Management degree program offers three fully online (asynchronous) degrees including an Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, and Masters degree with courses starting every 8 weeks.

We’re facing new threats like COVID-19 daily, requiring new approaches and plans to keep the public safe. If you are searching for a meaningful career in public service, Idaho State University’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Bachelor’s degree is the right path for you. Join us in preventing and disrupting threats, preparing for natural hazards, and responding to pandemics.

An HSEM degree from ISU provides the leadership, management, critical thinking, and ethical decision-making skills needed for careers in several industries and professions. Our program graduates often work for government agencies

Program Highlights

Whether you’re a recent high school graduate planning to start with an associate’s degree, a transferring student who already has a degree or some college courses, a professional already working in a related field, a veteran transitioning to a civilian career, or an adult learner changing careers, ISU has a degree option to fit your needs.

Working adults and busy students juggling competing demands will appreciate ISU’s HSEM courses that are delivered in a fully online format. That means you can conveniently study from any location with internet access regardless of your schedule. The best part is, you’ll receive a world-class degree from a public university at in-state tuition costs, in a specialized discipline with vast career opportunities.

Idaho State University’s Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, and Masters of Science Degrees in Homeland Security and Emergency Management place emphasis on the needs of public safety, security, and emergency management professionals in the private sector and voluntary organizations at the city, county, state, and national levels.

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Contact Krystal Scott for more information regarding HSEM programs.

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