POL 332 U.S. Homeland Security Issues: Threats, Challenges, and Solutions, 3 credits
This course provides an overview of the key homeland security issues facing the United States. Topics covered may include terror, risk, border security, public health, natural disaster, intelligence, and other contemporary issues. Solutions emphasized include dismantling agency silos, communicating across boundaries, a commitment to public service, an emphasis on lessons learned, planning and prevention, leadership from public managers, and other potential solutions.
Prerequisite: POL 223