- The Bachelor of Science degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness was developed by a team of professors and practitioners to provide students with a broad view of homeland security issues by going beyond a single discipline to consider policy, preparation, response and recovery issues. Coursework covers law enforcement, emergency management and business continuity issues. The program is intended for adults who want to learn the fundamentals of homeland security and emergency preparedness and prepares students for the day to day decision-making required in the post-9/11 era. The 120-credit degree program is offered completely online and complements the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies or Master of Science in Management degree programs at Thomas Edison State College.
- The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree program in Criminal Justice prepares law enforcement officials and adult learners for career change, advancement or graduate education. Students focus on the interdisciplinary study of crime and the functioning of the criminal justice system, and develop critical analytical skills, and knowledge of the research findings and methods used in the field. In addition, students develop a broad general knowledge of the traditional liberal arts disciplines while developing a greater depth of knowledge in criminal justice.
- The Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security was developed by a team of law enforcement and emergency management practitioners, and professors. The program provides students with a broad view of homeland security issues by going beyond a single discipline to consider policy, preparation, management and continuity throughout a crisis. Courses cover law enforcement, terrorism, emergency management and business continuity issues. The 12-credit graduate program is offered completely online and may be transferred into the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies or Master of Science in Management programs at Thomas Edison State College.
- The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) degree program is designed for working professionals interested in applying the rigorous study of the liberal arts to their chosen professions. Students may tailor their Master's program to profession or their interests by selecting a Learner-Designed Area of Study. The program focuses on the links between the liberal arts and a student's career, which enables them to gain specific competencies and perspectives that can make a difference in their career. The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies is a 36-credit program.