The 18-credit course work can inform you about such career aspects of homeland and security defense as emergency management, security administration, border security, and critical infrastructure protection.
Course List - Undergraduate Minor in Homeland Security
|Introduction to Homeland Security and Defense||PUBPL 201||An introduction to homeland security and defense, with a focus on policy, legal issues, organization, and administration.||3 credits|
|Introduction to Crisis and Emergency Management||PUBPL 306||An introduction to emergency management in mitigating, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from hazards.||3 credits|
|Seminar in National Security Policy||PUBPL 483||Course will examine the inter-relationship of foreign, military, and economic policy.||3 credits|
|Security Administration||CRIMJ 304||Interdisciplinary analysis of security and loss prevention; its administration, role in crime control and prevention, and relationship to criminal justice.||3 credits|
|Border Security||CRIMJ 435||This course provides knowledge about government organizations charged with American border security and guiding laws and policies.||3 credits|
|Critical Infrastructure Protection||HLS 475||This course provides knowledge about protection of critical infrastructure as an aspect of homeland security.||3 credits|
|Homeland Security Intelligence||HLS 476||The Homeland Security Intelligence course provides a depth of knowledge of key intelligence issues for homeland security professionals.||3 credits|
|The Politics of Terrorism||PLSC 439||Analysis of political terrorism as a violent alternative for peaceful change and traditional warfare in the nuclear age.||3 credits|
|The Intelligence Environment||SRA 421||The course examines the users and processes of Intelligence Community, participants of Competitive Intelligence, and comparative intelligence communities.||3 credits|
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