Homeland Security

The Homeland Security area of study was developed by a team of law enforcement and emergency management practitioners and professors. The program provides students with a broad view of homeland security issues by going beyond a single discipline to consider policy, preparation, management and continuity throughout a crisis. Courses cover law enforcement, terrorism, emergency management and business continuity issues.

Area of Study Requirements Credits
HLS-500: Terrorism and Homeland Security in the United States 3
HLS-510: Protecting the Homeland: Balancing Security and Liberty 3
HLS-620: Preparedness: Prevention and Deterrence 3
HLS-630: Protecting the Homeland: Response and Recovery 3
Total 12 credits

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