Trident University International, a member of the American InterContinental University System

Associate of Science in Homeland Security (Online)

Work to develop your Homeland Security skills with an online Associate of Science in Homeland Security (ASHLS) degree from Trident. With our fully online college degree program, you will enjoy convenience and flexibility as you:

- Learn to use technological tools as an integral component of America’s emergency management enterprise working to ensure the successful prevention, protection, and mitigation of hazards to human life.
- Apply knowledge from a multidisciplinary context to make optimal real-world decisions.
- Learn the homeland security terminology to communicate with interagency and others in the field.
- Learn to apply appropriate interdisciplinary sources and quantitative skills as they relate to homeland security and emergency management natural and man-made scenarios.
- Make decisions and act in a legal and ethical manner in times of disasters.

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