HSEM 1101 Intro Homeland Sec & Emergency Management
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

This course provides an introduction to the related fields of homeland security and emergency management. This is a survey course that provides a broad overview of these fields including the historical events, policies, and practices that have provided the impetus for the development of homeland security and emergency management as governmental functions and as professions.

HSEM 2125 Intel Analysis & Sec Mgmt
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites HSEM 1101 with a 'C' or better
Description

This course provides an introduction to intelligence
analysis and security management, focused on
management of terrorist attacks and other threats
to national security. Students will learn about our
national defense system, including the private
sector, and will explore the vulnerabilities of these
systems. Students will learn about the intelligence
community and how it operates, and will discuss
issues regarding intelligence support of Homeland
Security measures.

HSEM 2136 Transport & Border Security
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites HSEM 1101 with a 'C' or better
Description

This course provides an introduction to modern border
and transportation security. Students in this course will
consider specific issues related to security for seaports,
ships, aircraft, trains, trucks, pipelines, buses, and more. This course will focus both on the technology needed
to detect terrorists and their weapons and on discussion of
the legal, economic, political, and cultural issues related
to border security.