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  • Taught by Government and Military Professionals
  • Covers Risk Analysis and Infrastructure Security
  • Addresses Regional and International Issues

There is a growing necessity for a multilateral approach to security issues that face the international community as a whole. From regional conflicts to international criminal tribunals, and terrorism to climate change, these courses explore both the emerging and ongoing threats to global peace and security.

National Security: Intelligence and Homeland Security Agencies for the 21st Century

Review the history and roles of the US Intelligence Community and Homeland Security agencies, as well as their documented successes and failures.

2017 Summer
1 section

Risk Management: Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resilience

This course establishes a framework for conducting threat, vulnerability, and consequence analysis.

2017 Spring
1 section

Introduction to Homeland Security: A Critical Infrastructure Perspective

Analyze the critical issues that are associated with infrastructure protection and risk-reduction activities.

2017 Spring
1 section

Seeking Cybersecurity: Exploring Crime, Terrorism, Espionage, and the Use of Weapons in Cyberspace

Enter into the complex world of cybercrime by exploring its evolution and evaluating the international and domestic measures enacted to fight it.

Understanding Terrorism, Radicalization, and Violent Extremism in the 21st Century

Learn the motivations for individual participation in terrorism, strategies used by terrorist groups, and best practices in counterterrorism.