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  • B.A. Homeland Security
    Online Academics Programs of Study B A Homeland Security Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security Founded in response to the 9 11 attacks the Department of Homeland Security is the largest federal law enforcement agency in the United States Waldorf s Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security is designed to provide an in depth background related to Department of Homeland Security practices Waldorf s B A program focuses on strategies to protect the American homeland including prevention planning and response measures related to terrorist threats Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Criminal Justice Emergency Management Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full time students Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 HLS 2050 Introduction to Terrorism 3 HLS 3000 American Homeland Security 3 HLS 3050 Terrorism Response Operations 3 HLS 3500 Weapons of Mass Destruction 3 HLS 3304 Ethical and Legal Issues in Homeland Security 3 HLS 3305 Disaster Planning and Management 3 HLS 3306 Homeland Security Technology 3 HLS 4302 Preparedness and Response Partners 3 HLS 4303 Critical Infrastructure Protection 3 HLS 4320 Homeland Security Capstone 3 Professional Electives Group B 30 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration options listed above may also be used toward elective credits CRJ 2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRJ 2001 Theory and Practice of Law Enforcement 3 CRJ 2501 Criminology 3 CRJ 2900 Management and Supervision Skills for Criminal Justice Personnel 3 CRJ 3301 Judicial Process 3 CRJ 3601 Criminal Law 3 CRJ 3701 Criminal Investigation 3 CRJ 3801 Criminal Evidence and

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  • B.A. Occupational Safety
    Academics Programs of Study B A Occupational Safety Bachelor of Arts in Occupational Safety With continued growth of job opportunities in this field Waldorf s bachelor s degree in Occupational Safety provides both foundational and advanced knowledge of the discipline of occupational safety Learners explore a variety of technical areas within safety including industrial hygiene construction safety fire safety and risk management In addition students are immersed in management topics that are critical to the initial implementation of a safety program as well as the maintenance of an organization s peak safety performance The bachelor s degree is designed for students with no prior safety experience who are seeking to become entry level safety professionals in industries such as manufacturing construction and fire science The program is also well suited for students who may already have occupational safety experience but desire to become a formally degreed safety professional The Board of Certified Safety Professionals will recognize Waldorf s B A in Occupational Safety degree for the application process under the Associate Safety Professional designation and the Certified Safety Professional designation Request Information to Learn More Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full time students Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 OSH 3001 Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health 3 OSH 3651 Total Environmental Health and Safety Management 3 OSH 4301 Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene 3 FSC 3345 Introduction to Fire Prevention 3 OSH 3640 Interactions of Hazardous Materials 3 OSH 3701 Industrial Ergonomics 3 OSH 4601 Accident Investigation 3 BUS 4680 Human Resource Development 3 OSH 3525 Legal Aspects of Safety and Health 3 OSH 3401 Construction Safety 3 Professional Electives Group B 30 Any Waldorf courses may be

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  • Online Psychology Degree
    the profession psychology is a service vocation This major fits well with Waldorf s mission of instilling values of service community critical inquiry and lifelong learning A bachelor s degree in psychology prepares students to be well rounded educated individuals as it reflects many of the goals of a liberal arts education by providing A knowledge base Critical thinking skills Analytical reasoning skills Interpersonal skills Ethical values The intent of the psychology program is to provide a comprehensive plan of study that will introduce students to many subfields of psychology and prepare them for careers in a number of human services careers as well as graduate and professional programs Graduate degrees are required to pursue licensure as a psychologist counselor or social worker Waldorf College psychology majors should be prepared to enter these degree programs upon graduation Through graduate studies students may choose to specialize in areas including clinical experimental developmental social cognitive human factors sports industrial organizational health and forensics Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Communications Criminal Justice Fire Science Health Care Management Occupational Safety and Health Sport Management Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full time students Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 60 Major Requirements 60 Major Requirements Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Required Group A 30 PSY 1010 General Psychology 3 PSY 3450 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 3140 Social Psychology 3 PSY 3019 History and Systems of Psychology 3 PSY 3150 Developmental Psychology 3 PSY 3350 Theories of Personality 3 PSY 3460 Cognitive Psychology 3 PSY 4021 Physiological Psychology 3 PSY 4501 Research Methods 3 PSY 4995 Senior Capstone 3 Professional Electives Group B 15 Select 15 credits from the list below or any qualified transfer credit in Psychology PSY 3100 APA for Academic Writing 1 PSY 4030

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  • B.A.S. Business Administration
    M A Organizational Leadership Online Program Policies Term Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study B A S Business Administration Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration Gain an edge in today s increasingly competitive business environment with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Waldorf College Topics covered include principles of management production and operations management organizational theory and behavior international business business law money and banking insurance accounting systems and more According to the U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook positions in professional and business services will grow by 23 3 percent through 2016 Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Human Resource Management Management Estimated time of completion of this program is 4 years for full time students Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 30 Major Requirements 30 Professional Electives 60 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 30 BUS 2201 Principles of Accounting 3 BUS 3201 Principles of Marketing 3 BUS 3210 Business Law 3 BUS 3352 Human Resource Management 3 BUS 3451 Organizational Theory and Leadership 3 BUS 3620 Managerial Accounting 3 BUS 4426 International Management 3 BUS 4751 Business Ethics 3 BUS 4951 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation 3 Professional Electives 60 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration options listed above may also be used toward elective credits BUS 2010 Introduction to Business 3 BUS 2026 Organizational Communiucation 3 BUS 3211 Consumer Behavior 3 BUS 3301 Financial Management 3 BUS 3551 Information Systems Management 3 BUS 3651 Leadership 3 BUS 3826 Managerial Decision Making 3 BUS 4126 Project Planning 3 BUS 4601 Recruitment and Staffing

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  • B.A.S. Communications
    at Waldorf have built a strong program based on several key principles Experienced Faculty Members State of the Art Technology Practical Experience Student Capstone For the Communications program a Mac computer and the software indicated in the course descriptions are required for student purchase Estimated time to complete this bachelor s degree program is four years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 30 Major Requirements 30 Professional Electives 60 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 30 COM 1010 Graphic Core 3 COM 1020 Digital Core 3 COM 1030 Mass Communications and Society 3 COM 1040 News Gathering and Reporting 3 COM 2010 Visual Theory 3 COM 2040 Introduction to Public Relations 3 COM 3180 Editing 3 COM 4410 Mass Media Law 3 COM 4520 Senior Capstone 3 REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation 3 Professional Electives 60 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives COM 3020 Radio Production 3 COM 3030 Television Film Production 3 COM 3400 Digital Imaging 3 COM 4010 Web Design 3 COM 4220 Public Relations Skills 3 COM 4360 Crisis Management 3 COM 4420 Media Literacy 3 BUS 3201 Principles of Marketing 3 BUS 3352 Human Resource Management 3 BUS 3451 Organizational Theory and Leadership 3 BUS 4060 Team Building and Leadership BUS 4080 Creative Thinking and Problem Solving BUS 4160 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 3 PSY 3140 Social Psychology 3 PSY 3500 Judgment and Decision Making 3 PSY 4510 Attitudes and Persuasion 3 Grand Total 120 B A S Degree Requirements Completion of the B A S core curriculum 30 Credits Completion of the required courses in a major field 30 Credits Completion of

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  • B.A.S. Criminal Justice
    of Study B A S Criminal Justice Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Waldorf s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice is designed to provide the student with a broad base of knowledge in the three primary areas of the criminal justice system law enforcement courts and corrections This foundation includes the Waldorf general education curriculum numerous courses in the criminal justice arena and courses in sociology and business The program provides students with the general education discipline specific and technical knowledge required to succeed in the criminal justice workplace Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Homeland Security Estimated time to complete this bachelor s degree program is four years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 30 Major Requirements 30 Professional Electives 60 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 30 CRJ 2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRJ 2001 Theory and Practice of Law Enforcement 3 CRJ 2200 Theory and Practice of Corrections 3 CRJ 2501 Criminology 3 CRJ 3301 Judicial Process 3 CRJ 3601 Criminal Law 3 CRJ 3950 Constitutional Law for Criminal Justice 3 CRJ 4301 Management and Supervision Skills for Criminal Justice Personnel 3 BUS 3602 Principles of Management 3 REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation 3 Professional Electives 60 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration option listed above may also be used toward elective credits CRJ 3201 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 3 CRJ 3701 Criminal Investigation 3 CRJ 3801 Criminal Evidence and Legal Issues 3 CRJ 4001 Procedures in the Justice System 3 CRJ 4101 Diversity and Ethics in Criminal Justice 1 CRJ 4201 Probation and Community Corrections

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  • B.A.S. Criminal Justice Administration
    Calendar Online Academics Programs of Study B A S Criminal Justice Administration Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Administration Waldorf s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration is ideal for those who seek a traditional criminal justice program with an additional focus on business and management The program is designed to provide the student with a broad base of knowledge in the three primary areas of the criminal justice system law enforcement courts and corrections This foundation includes the Waldorf general education curriculum numerous courses in the criminal justice arena and courses in business The program provides students with the general education discipline specific and technical knowledge required to succeed in the criminal justice workplace Request Information to Learn More Estimated time to complete this bachelor s degree program is four years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 30 Major Requirements 30 Professional Electives 60 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 30 CRJ 2001 Theory and Practice of Law Enforcement 3 CRJ 2501 Criminology 3 CRJ 3301 Judicial Process 3 CRJ 3601 Criminal Law 3 CRJ 3701 Criminal Investigation 3 CRJ 3950 Constitutional Law for Criminal Justice 3 BUS 2201 Principles of Accounting 3 BUS 3602 Principles of Management 3 BUS 3651 Leadership 3 REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation 3 Professional Electives 60 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives CRJ 2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRJ 2200 Theory and Practice of Corrections 3 CRJ 3801 Criminal Evidence and Legal Issues 3 CRJ 4001 Procedures in the Justice System 3 CRJ 4301 Management and Supervision Skills for Criminal Justice Personnel 3 CRJ 4701

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  • B.A.S. Emergency Management
    disasters Waldorf s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Emergency Management is designed to prepare the student with a broad base of knowledge in the field of emergency management The foundation for this degree program includes the Waldorf general education curriculum numerous courses in the emergency management arena as well as electives in the fields of Homeland Security Fire Science Administration and Business among others The program provides students with the general education discipline specific and technical knowledge required to succeed in the diverse field of emergency management Request Information to Learn More Available Concentrations Fire Science Homeland Security Estimated time to complete this bachelor s degree program is four years with full time enrollment Credit Hours General Education Core Requirements 30 Major Requirements 30 Professional Electives 60 Prefix Number Course Credit Hours Major Requirements 30 EMG 3000 Introduction to Emergency Management 3 EMG 3001 Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness 3 EMG 3002 Disaster Response and Recovery 3 EMG 3100 Terrorism in Emergency Management 3 EMG 4001 Interagency Disaster Management 3 EMG 4002 Incident Command in Emergency and Disaster Management 3 EMG 4050 Socio Psychological Nature of Emergency Management 3 EMG 4900 Capstone in Emergency Management 3 FSC 3110 Community Risk Reduction for the Fire and Emergency Services 3 REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation 3 Professional Electives 60 Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog and course schedule to be used as electives provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements The following are sample electives The concentration options listed above may also be used toward elective credits EMG 3050 Special Operations 3 BUS ORG 3451 Organizational Theory and Leadership 3 BUS 3602 Principles of Management 3 BUS ORG 3651 Leadership 3 BUS 3826 Managerial Decision Making 3 COM 4360 Crisis Management 3 FSC 4510

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