Berkeley Today Stories

Three images of Lindsay. From left to right, first image is beside a brown horse, the second image Lyndsay is holding an award in her hand, and the third image is dressed in uniform as a firefighter. her one by a laptop and th
November 30, 2022
Although she’s still a student, Lindsay Fiorellini is already quite accomplished. She’s certified as an EMT and a firefighter and has a passion for helping people in need. And she’s loving her time at Berkeley College as a Justice Studies - Criminal Justice major concentrating in Homeland Security. She expects to graduate in December with her Bachelor's degree. 
image of a person's hand with a computer keyboard and computer icos, locks, cellphones and credit cards around
July 28, 2021
Maintaining and improving national security in the United States is costly and requires dedication. The government allocates a massive budget for peace, preservation, and national defense. But what is national security?
Female working on a computer in a national security office
February 6, 2020
Few career fields are as important—or change as rapidly—as national security. The growing need for trained, qualified professionals to address threats to safety spans both the public and private sectors. One of the few programs of its kind in the area, the Berkeley College Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program in National Security is designed to prepare those professionals through a dynamic curriculum taught by experienced instructors.