The Master of Laws in Homeland and National Security will address all the laws of Homeland Security. There are many new laws enacted since 9/11, and there is a need for attorneys who understand their context and application.
The Homeland and National Security Law LL.M. program will include study in air and transportation security, border security, military operations in the homeland, intelligence and privacy issues, technology and cybersecurity, as well as the practical courses on federal contracting and administrative agencies.
The Master of Laws in Homeland and National Security will address all the laws of Homeland Security, and are consistent with Professor McDaniel's most recent role at the Pentagon for Homeland Defense Strategy, Force Planning and Mission Assurance, including:
• maritime and transportation security
• public health and bioterrorism
• intelligence and individual rights.
The LLM Program will also offer electives in intelligence law and privacy, cybersecurity, emergency management, risk management and critical infrastructure, military domestic operations and practical courses in federal contracting and administrative law.
Students wishing to focus their expertise and enhance their career in Homeland and National Security Law may earn a master of laws by obtaining an additional 24 credit hours of course work; including 12 credit hours of required course work and an additional 12 credit hours of elective courses.