Orange Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 18, 2015
From arson investigation to information systems security, Columbia Southern University has new educational offerings to help students learn to keep people, property and business safe from manmade and natural threats.
A leader in first-responder education, CSU’s latest degree and concentrations include a mixture of classes to better prepare students for careers with duties that often overlap in industries/disciplines. These programs are reflective of the changing worlds of law enforcement, fire service and information technology.
CSU now offers the following for immediate enrollment:
- Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Security: This program teaches students about systems analysis, programming, web development, networking, databases, and IT infrastructures. Students will learn to develop applications, implement databases, maintain networks, and create websites with security as a focal point.
- Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Security -Homeland Security Concentration: This concentration offers the core of the bachelor’s in information systems security degree with additional classes in understanding terrorism, homeland security and other threats.
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration-Arson Investigation Concentration: Courses address various topics such as forensics, evidence collection, analysis, and fire behavior and combustion.
- Bachelor of Science in Fire Administration-Fire Investigation Concentration: Students will learn about numerous topics including criminal law, forensics, fire development, combustion, legal concepts and more.
To learn more about these and other degree programs at CSU, please visit http://www.columbiasouthern.edu or call 800-977-8449.
Columbia Southern University is one of the nation’s top online universities offering online associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in many fields including criminal justice, occupational safety and health, organizational leadership, business administration and public administration. Visit http://www.ColumbiaSouthern.edu to learn more.