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Cooley Law School Starts Homeland Security Degree
The Thomas M. Cooley Law School says it will start offering a master's degree in homeland security and national security law.
The private nonprofit law school in Lansing announced the new degree program Wednesday. It says it got approval February 26 from the Higher Learning Commission to offer the degree and says the American Bar Association gave its OK earlier this year.
Cooley says it will start offering the new degree with the term that starts in September. There will be on campus and online class options.
The school says Brigadier General Michael McDaniel now teaches constitutional law and homeland security courses at Cooley and developed the curriculum for the homeland and national security program.