Homeland Security Concentration

The concentration in homeland security is beneficial for those students interested in learning more about homeland security issues and how they can leverage this knowledge to best prepare their firms to timely and appropriately respond to internal and external threats.

A number of homeland security issues will be addressed and include, but are not necessarily limited to an analysis of domestic and international threats; mitigation or prevention of threats; and response to terrorism through an understanding of psychosocial, behavioral, criminological, and emergency management theories.

Required Courses Hours
PA 551 Principles of Disaster and Emergency Management 3 cr.
PA 552 Public Policy and Disaster 3 cr.
PA 588 Current Issues in Homeland Security 3 cr.
PA 559 Global Comparative Emergency Management 3 cr.
TOTAL 12 credits