Domestic and International Terrorism Certificate

Program Overview

The building of national security has taken on great importance in this day and age. To succeed, professionals must be well educated on ethical and social issues of security, liberty, risk assessment and vulnerability, motivation, multi-agency cooperation, intelligence cycles, victimization and fear, technology, resource management, and media/mass communication informing them through the various processes and resources available while developing best practices, programs and policies in response. To address these issues, Anna Maria College offers a Graduate Certificate in Domestic and International Terrorism.

The certificate may be earned either on track to earning the master’s degree or as a shorter course of study resulting in the certificate.

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Required Courses
Meet Our Faculty

Required Courses

The curriculum consists of four (4) required courses (12 credits total):

  • HLS 701 Foundations of Homeland Security
  • HLS 702 Domestic Threat and Policy Analysis
  • HLS 703 International Threat and Policy Analysis
  • HLS 704 Partnerships for Homeland Security

Meet Our Faculty

Vincent Gorgoglione

Lecturer
Health & Emergency Management

Christopher Mills

Lecturer
Criminal Justice

Ann Marie Mires

Director, Molly Bish Center; Program Director, Forensic Criminology
Forensic Criminology
(508) 849-3434

Seth Racusen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Criminal Justice
(508) 849-3373

Lori Reando

Administrative Assistant in Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice

Anthony Salerno J.D., M.S.C.J.

Adjunct Professor
Criminal Justice
508-795-1200

Jason Silvestri

Lecturer
Health & Emergency Management

Joseph Traylor MPA

Adjunct Professor
Criminal Justice