Master of Science in Security and Resilience Studies – Pierce College Students Benefits
Qualified Pierce College BS Homeland Security Emergency Management students can apply for the MS SRS degree program
The minimum requirements for a Pierce College BS Homeland Security Emergency Management student to apply are:
- Four-year bachelor’s degree
- 3.0 GPA or above
- Personal statement
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
- International students must also submit official scores of the TOEFL examination
Pierce College students in the Homeland Security Emergency Management program are eligible for:
- Waiver of a required course for those who complete the Natural Hazard Mitigation Association’s (NHMA) Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) courses as a specialty certificate.
- The 21st Century Resilience Scholarship that covers 25% to 50% of tuition
- Waiver of the application fee
- Northeastern University–Seattle campus tour
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We live in a world of increasing transnational risks, systemic vulnerabilities, and environmental challenges.
Our Master of Science in Security and Resilience Studies program provides skills in data analysis, leadership, and systemic thinking to help the next generation of leaders build organizations, communities, and societies that can withstand forthcoming challenges.
We have seen great success in placing students in a number of security and resilience related industries. Some of our alumni are now working at CyberSheath Services International, LLC, Massachusetts Port Authority, Volpe Center, and the UnitedHealth Group.