HLS 111 - Introduction to Homeland Security
An overview of homeland security. Evaluation of the progression of homeland security issues throughout New York and the United States. An examination of the roles undertaken and methods used by governmental agencies and individuals to respond to those issues.
3 Class Hours
Required for degree/certificate program
Objectives of the Course:
1. Provide a broad overview of Homeland Security.
2. Provide students with the goals and philosophy of Homeland Security.
3. Help students identify the the specific roles that individuals and government plays in Homeland Security.
4. Give students background information that will help them understand the historical development of Homeland Security.
5. Provide student with information relative to programs and methods tomeet Homeland Security needs in New York and the United States.
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. List key events and people that have affected homeland security.
2. Outline the specific roles that individuals and governmental agencies play in homeland security.
3. Summarize the programs and methods used to meet the homeland security needs of New York and the United States.
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