Mara A. Mooney
Chair, Department of Social Sciences
T-109D Clayton Hall
Department of Social Sciences
T-211 Clayton Hall
The homeland security/emergency management minor offers Clayton State University students who major in another field the opportunity to better understand and prepare for careers in a relevant and emerging field of community and national service. Also, the minor in HSEM provides the basic knowledge necessary to pursue graduate studies in this field. In order to graduate with a formal minor that will be noted on the student's permanent record, the student must complete the requirements for the specific minor as stipulated in the online CSU catalog. The major advisor is responsible for reviewing a student’s progress in the minor. Students must submit to the Office of the Registrar a minor application along with the degree graduation application by the published graduation application deadline. Minors may only be awarded in conjunction with a baccalaureate degree. Minors will not be awarded after the baccalaureate degree has been posted to the academic transcript.
The minor in Homeland Security/Emergency Management consists of 18 hours of upper-division courses. All students will be required to complete HSEM 3000 – Introduction to Homeland Security and HSEM 4700 – Legal Issues in Homeland Security and four additional courses in Homeland Security/Emergency Management.
Upper Division Electives 12 hours
Select from: HSEM 3003, HSEM 3500, HSEM 4000, HSEM 4098, HSEM 4500, HSEM 4600, HSEM 4700, HSEM 4710
Total Program Requirements 18 hours
Minor Curriculum Worksheet