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Undergraduate Certificates

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Crime Analysis

This 21 credit certificate focuses on the analysis of crime and criminal behavior. Geographic information systems and computer-assisted statistical packages are used to assist in the study of crime analysis. (Click here to view the Crime Analysis certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Emergency Management

The certificate is applicable to students interested in emergency response to all hazards, and natural and human-made disasters. The knowledge gained will be useful in any field of study including fire, law enforcement, health, and national security. It is applicable to both private and public sectors. (Click here to view the Emergency Management certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Fire/Arson Investigation

The fire/arson investigation certificate provides individuals in either the public or private sector with the fundamentals required to determine the cause and origin of fires. Investigative techniques and arson determination are included in this certificate program. (Click here to view the Fire/Arson Investigation certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Forensic Computer Investigation

Professionals interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills in forensic computer investigation would benefit from the completion of this 12 credit certificate. (Click here to view the Forensic Computer Investigation certification the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Information Protection & Security

This 15 credit certificate prepares students for the responsibilities in protecting their corporations and or agencies information systems. (Click here to view the Information Protection & Security certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Law Enforcement Science

This 18 credit certificate provides the fundamentals of criminal investigation techniques and procedures, particularly for those involved in or planning to enter investigative positions in law enforcement agencies in both the private and public sectors.(Click here to view the Law Enforcement Science certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Paralegal Studies

Since 1971 UNH has offered this 18 credit certificate which prepares students to work under the supervision of an attorney. (Click here to view the Paralegal Studies certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)

Victim Services Administration

This 15 credit certificate is for students interested in victim services administration and will deal with such issues as the juvenile justice system and domestic violence. (Click here to view the Victim Services Administration certificate in the UNH Academic Catalog.)