HLS-420 Homeland Security: Preparedness, Prevention and Deterrence

This course focuses on how strategic planning, incident control systems and intelligence techniques combine to provide the necessary foundation for anti-terrorism and emergency preparedness. Topics covered include infrastructure protection, National Incident Management System, threat and vulnerability assessments, information sharing, resource planning and other issues relating to terrorism prevention and deterrence.

Advisory: To be successful in this course, students should have earned 6 credits in homeland security or have comparable knowledge and experience.

Study Methods:

     Online Courses for (HLS-420-OL):  Jan 2015  |  Feb 2015  |  Mar 2015  |  Apr 2015  |  May 2015  |  Jun 2015  | 

Semester Hours: 3

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