Respected for its flagship online programs in criminal justice, corrections, counterterrorism, and emergency and disaster management, the curriculum for the School of Public Service and Health is designed and taught by faculty with top academic and professional qualifications. By combining real-world knowledge with academic credentials, students can learn firsthand from practicing attorneys, public health experts, emergency managers who respond to major disasters worldwide, criminal justice professionals, and security managers. Many instructors are authorities in their area of study and also serve as international and national governmental and military consultants and practitioners.
The courses offered by the School of Public Service and Health are continuously assessed and updated to ensure students have access to relevant information and practices currently used in the field. Many students are also active in professional associations outside the classroom such as the Golden Key Honor Society, International Association of Emergency Managers, and Student Veterans of America (SVA).
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