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CRJ 300 Homeland Security Strategies

Course Description:This course examines the emerging homeland security framework. Homeland security is a way of thinking about and working to manage a collection of volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, problems. The homeland security mission is diverse and transcends jurisdictional and agency boundaries. Homeland security include intentional threats (terrorism, crime), natural threats (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, storms), and accidental threats (industrial, transportation).
Course Rotation:Fall:Spring;NY:PLV

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

CRJ 150 Minimum Grade of D