This course discusses evolution of international and domestic threats to homeland security. It also describes effects of nuclear, chemical, and biological, and chemical weapons and appropriate security personnel activities and actions. This course is presented in two semesters.
Semester 1 details existing and emerging terrorist threats to homeland security. It also describes characteristics and effects of various biological and chemical weapons.
Semester 2 defines effects of radiation, describes terrorists’ use of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and details preparation and response procedures for potential and actual WMD incidents. It discusses bomb types, composition, and functionality, describes bomber goals and motivations, and details bomb threat evaluation and management procedures. It also identifies domestic terrorist groups and describes their motivations, theories, tactics, and goals, and discusses how protection officers can best manage a crisis situation.
Career Elective Homeland Security 1
Career Elective Homeland Security 2