Four-year Combined B.S./M.B.A. Option
National Security

Not all programs are offered for completion at each campus or through Berkeley College Online®. Please review the academic program pages (BerkeleyCollege.edu/Academics) for information on where each program is offered. Additionally, all students may be required to take some courses at another campus or online. Internship courses are only offered online.

SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE

FIRST SEMESTER

CREDITS

CIS1115
Computer Applications
3
ENG1105
Writing and Research
3
MAT2211
College Algebra
3
NTS1102
Introduction to National Security
3
SOC1123
First Year Experience
3

SECOND SEMESTER

CREDITS

ENG2205
Writing Through Literature
3
NTS1110
Communication Skills for National Security
3
SOC2210
Introduction to Sociology
3
SOC2231
Human Relations
3
National Security Elective
3

THIRD SEMESTER

CREDITS

HUM2225
Introduction to Ethics
3
MAT2218
Probability, Statistics, & Applied Regression
3
NTS2215
Introduction to Emergency Management
3
JUS2000
Career Development
3
Liberal Arts Elective
3

FOURTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

NTS2217
Ethics in Homeland Security
3
Free Elective
3
Liberal Arts Electives
6
Mathematics/Science Elective
3

FIFTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

ENG3316
The Confident Writer
3
JUS3302
Homeland Security
3
JUS3314
Introduction to Intelligence
3
JUS3315
Terrorism
3
National Security Elective
3

SIXTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

NTS4403
National Security Law
3
SCI3303
Human Aggression and Violence
3
English Elective
6
Liberal Arts Elective
3
National Security Elective
3

SEVENTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

NTS4483
Internship
3
Liberal Arts Electives
6
Free Elective
3
National Security Elective
3

EIGHTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

NTS4410
Research Methods in National Security
3
Liberal Arts Electives
3
Humanities Elective
3
MBA5501
Essentials of Management
3
National Security Elective
3

120 SEMESTER CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

NOTE: 15 credits of Liberal Arts Electives must be at the 3000/4000 level. Eligibility for some internships required to obtain a Berkeley College degree and employment opportunities in fields related to this program may require candidates to meet specific health requirements or pass criminal background checks prescribed by law. Applicants for whom such requirements may be matters of concern are strongly advised to contact an Admissions Associate prior to enrolling in this program. Note that law enforcement jobs typically require the candidate to be physically and mentally fit and have a valid driver’s license, a clean driving record, no felony criminal record, no domestic violence charges (felony or misdemeanor), no loan/credit card defaults, and the ability to be licensed (via your agency or department) to carry a firearm. A selection process involving qualifying examination and/or supplementary training may also be required. Job requirements for non-sworn personnel in criminal justice and related agencies vary.

SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE

NINTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

MBA6610
Operations Management
3
MBA6615
Leadership and Corporate Governance
3
MBA6620
Managerial Economics for Business Decision-Making
3
MBA6625
Managerial Finance
3

TENTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

MBA6630
Marketing Strategy
3
MBA6635
Strategic Management of Technology
3
MBA8810
M.B.A. Capstone
6

ELEVENTH SEMESTER

CREDITS

M.B.A. Electives
6
MBA8810
M.B.A. Capstone
3

36 GRADUATE CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

Prospective students who meet the following criteria may be eligible for the program: A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50, full-time enrollment, and successful completion (B or better) of all required courses in the student’s undergraduate major.

NOTE: Every other degree combination includes the same graduate level course taken during the final year as an elective.


Under certain circumstances the need to take developmental College Skills courses may lengthen the time required to complete the student’s program, and may result in increased costs to a student.

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