As society continues to globalize through advances in communication and technology, the scope and scale of safety, security, and intelligence issues become increasingly important to everyone.
Today, individuals, corporations and governments are interested in protection against cyber threats, natural disasters, occupational illness and injuries, conflicts, or from criminal acts.
Now, more than ever, highly trained safety, security and intelligence professionals are sought by businesses, governments and military.
For over a decade, Embry-Riddle has offered programs in safety, security and intelligence led by accomplished and experienced faculty preparing students in sophisticated learning environments for the many exciting and dynamic careers offered in these fields.
In our programs, students develop analytical skills, technical acumen, and the critical thinking necessary to resolve security breaches, identify threats, and effectively prepare for hazards and emergencies of all kinds.
Scenario-based experiences are used in the Global Security and Intelligence Studies program to identify a variety of potential threats. Graduates emerge with a solid foundation in foreign language, an understanding of world cultures, foreign policy and law, prepared for a career in security/intelligence for government or private enterprise.
One of the first of its kind in the nation, the undergraduate degree in Homeland Security is designed to provide skills and experiences in a wide variety of topics related to national and international security including law, policy, strategic planning, cybersecurity, cultures and languages, intelligence, terrorism, environmental security and critical infrastructure protection, all of which are highly valued in the private and public sectors.
Global Conflict Studies helps shape the way governments, organizations, and private industries handle disputes and threats, and the degree focuses on the management and resolution of the issues at hand in the most effective methods. In addition to security and intelligence, our nation has need for those who can address and resolve conflicts that occur on a local, national, and global level.
Those who study Emergency Services examine the science and techniques employed by emergency response teams.
Aerospace and Occupational Safety graduates are prepared to address issues related to flight and workplace safety. Their expertise will be preventing, responding, and resolving safety-based scenarios in any industry
Our new Industrial Psychology and Safety degree program focuses on the manner in which behavior, cognition, and personal attitudes impact safety in a wide variety of industrial and aviation related settings. The FAA and other groups continue to prove that the leading cause of aviation accidents/incidents is human error and ERAU is one of only a few universities conducting research in this specific area.
Those who study Cyber Intelligence and Security delve into the critical issues related to information protection and the essential need to protect the world’s computer systems against multiple threats.
The graduate programs provide students a higher level of education for those who seek a career focused on safety, security and intelligence. Students interested in the nature of conflict and the ability of society to withstand and recover from resource deficiencies, extreme events and disasters, will find a program suited to their interests and pursuits.
The increasingly important area of cybersecurity is also available at the graduate level for those who are interested in identifying and defending against cyber-based attacks, and protecting sensitive/classified information and the identity of clients, employees and society.
Regardless of which degree program you select, you’ll have opportunities throughout your studies to put your skills to the test in labs, on group projects, and in consulting endeavors with real-world clients.
Building professional relationships and gaining hands-on experience through internships will be among the opportunities that will positively impact your future.Embry-Riddle’s global reputation for excellence paves the way for internship and career opportunities.
If you are already working in the safety and security industry or considering this field for your future, Embry-Riddle offers degree programs worth considering.
We currently offer bachelor’s programs in conflict, safety, security, and intelligence, and master’s programs in cybersecurity, safety, and security. Each program provides the requisite skills, the confidence in your abilities, and the opportunities to succeed in the field.
Examine our degree programs to learn which most closely aligns with your career goals.
Review our non-credit continuing education offerings at proed.erau.edu.
The safety, security, and intelligence fields are emerging as societies become increasingly complex and threats are identified on a daily basis. The global environment demands specialists who can address, resolve, and prevent future safety, security, intelligence, and emergency management concerns.
From aircraft accident investigators to security specialists, from cybersecurity professionals to intelligence officers, careers in safety, security, and intelligence are projected to grow and evolve with the changing needs of government entities and private corporations.
Your degree can take you anywhere, including the CIA, FAA, FBI, USAID, local emergency management centers, airlines, aircraft manufacturers, cybersecurity-focused companies, the military, and private defense firms.
Median annual salaries for careers in safety, security, and intelligence are promising according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and several of these career fields have high-levels of expected growth.
Safety and security students at Embry-Riddle can take advantage of unique, modern facilities and gain access to an archive of rare materials.