Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting at Temple University

Temple University offers 1 distinct undergraduate degree(s), concentrated into 1 major(s) within the field of Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting. Across all specializations under the umbrella of Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting, Temple University awarded 225 undergraduate degrees in 2012 - 2013.

None of the awards was for a degree taken exclusively "on-line".
None of the awards was for a degree at the associate level (2-Year).
1 degrees were awarded to foreign nationals.
The majority of degrees ( 52.0% ) were awarded to men.

Domestic Ethnicity

The following chart and table show how the 224 undergraduate awards given to U.S. citizens in Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting were distributed at Temple University.

White Americans129
African Americans57
Other Americans24
Asian Americans8
Hispanic Americans6
Native Americans0
Pacific Island / Native Hawaiian Americans0

If You Can't Find Something you Enjoy Studying From This List, it May be Time to Move On

Interested in Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting at Temple University, but aren't quite sure what specific major or concentration you should declare? These charts and tables will break down the numbers for you, from how many graduates are enrolled in each major to how much money past graduates have earned, both when starting their career and at mid-career.

2012 - 2013 Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Firefighting
Degrees
Associates DegreesBachelors DegreesRanking Within MajorAverage
Starting Salary
Criminal Justice and Corrections022545
$35,000
Criminal Justice/Safety Studies0225----
Salary data estimated by College Factual based in part on data provided by PayScale. Last updated 2013.

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