Dec 08, 2022  
Fall 2022 - Summer 2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
Fall 2022 - Summer 2023 Graduate Catalog

CRJU 6325 - Homeland Security


This course is a study of federal, state, local, and private and other organizational entities involved in homeland security. It addresses the evolution of homeland security from early to modern times with an emphasis on the emerging homeland security structure, culture, and organization. Students will evaluate contemporary homeland security issues and policies, and critically compare and contrast them. Additional topics include emergency management, national and international laws that impact homeland security, the protection of civil liberties, the bureaucracy of managing homeland security, and the modern threat of cyber, international, and domestic terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction (WMD). Pre-requisite: CRJU 1100 or acceptance into the MSCJ program.

Hours:
3