Despite some common misconceptions, Criminal justice is a versatile field with a number of career options to choose from. People who major in criminal justice can work in various security fields such as federal law enforcement, fish and game, corrections, and more. Students attending ECPI University can finish a bachelor’s degree in as little as two and a half year and begin pursuing any number of exciting careers, including: [Read more...]
With the weight of the nation on their shoulders, homeland security professionals are tasked with the job of protecting the United States of America from natural disasters, as well as internal and external security threats. Since the horrendous attacks on September 11, 2001, the attention of the federal government has been hyper-focused on protecting domestic soil, and that has increased the demand for trained and skilled homeland security professionals.
Just as soldiers protect our freedom overseas, America’s homeland security professionals protect the home front from a variety of threats, ranging from devastating hurricanes to imminent terrorist plots. While a career in homeland security is challenging, it offers several benefits. So, take a moment and review some of the important aspects of homeland security degree programs. [Read more...]
Several ECPI University students in Virginia Beach completed the Red Cross Mass Casualty Certification Training on August 19. Disaster response training courses are open to the public but are designed primarily for those individuals wishing to begin or continue training for the local Disaster Action Team (DAT) or the National Disaster Services Human Resources (DSHR) System. The purpose is to provide information about ways participants can help their community prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies and disasters. The Mass Casualty Disaster course is designed to prepare employees and volunteers to plan for and respond to mass casualty disasters.