Want to Change the World? Start by Studying Domestic and International Security

By on July 23, 2018

As you look at the world around you, you see dangers that previous generations could not have foreseen—data breeches, violent extremism, terrorism. If you are interested in a career that addresses these challenges, welcome to Bay State College’s Domestic and International Security Concentration in our Criminal Justice department.

This program combines science and humanities courses that help you learn the intricacies of domestic and international security. You’ll study the history of security; the various approaches to security and how these can be adapted to organizations, locations and cultures; cybercrime; white collar crime; counterterrorism; and human rights issues, including genocide and other crimes against humanity. 

Real-life experience

With Bay State’s emphasis on hands-on learning, students are required to complete two criminal justice internships. Students can also take part in real-life criminal justice learning through the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program®, which connects incarcerated students with Bay State College students for a course taught at a local prison.

Further education

Bay State College has a partnership with Salve Regina University in Rhode Island, which means you can easily transition to Salve Regina’s master’s program in Administration of Justice and Homeland Security to further your studies.

Countless career options

Once you’ve completed our Domestic and International Security Concentration program, your career options are endless. Jobs in international security range from positions in law enforcement and government organizations to working with biomedical companies and engineering firms.

Become a student in the Domestic and International Security Concentration program at Bay State College and you’ll be one step closer to changing your world. Learn more about our program and plan a visit to our campus in Boston or our satellite location in Taunton.