What Can I Do with a Homeland Security Studies Degree?
Because homeland security encompasses so many different agencies, organizations and corporations, a graduate with this degree can work in many different areas. Texas is a prime beneficiary of the program as home to two of the nation's largest airport, 16 water ports, 29 oil refineries, national-level medical centers, and the longest border with a foreign country in the contiguous United States.
Graduates of the program have been employed by:
- The Department of Homeland Security (Border Patrol)
- The Central Intelligence Agency (Intelligence Analyst)
- The Federal Bureau of Investigation (Intelligence Analyst)
- Local Police Departments (Crime Analysts)
- South Texas Nuclear Power Plant (Plant Security)
- Photofax (Surveillance Firm)
- Mustang Engineering (International Oilfield Service Company)
- G4S Security (Private Security)