Sep 21, 2021  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Emergency Services Management: Homeland Security Operations and Administration - Adult Studies, B.E.S.M.


  

Course Requirements (123 Cr. Hrs.)


Bachelor of Emergency Services Management: Homeland Security Operations and Administration


The purpose of the Bachelor in Emergency Services Management with a concentration in Homeland Security Operations and Administration degree program provides a comprehensive review of the major components of the United States’ Homeland Security apparatus. The coursework includes studies of existing and emerging threats, the structure and roles and responsibilities of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and agencies that comprise the DHS; the roles and responsibilities of local, state, tribal, territorial, private sector, and other Federal entities that are stakeholders and/or collaborative parties within the homeland security community, and the laws, authorities, actions, technologies, and processes associated with the nation’s homeland security enterprise.

General Education Requirements (36 Cr. Hrs)


Skills


Areas of Inquiry


Natural Sciences (3 Cr. Hrs.)


Humanities or Fine Arts (3 Cr. Hrs.)


Courses may be taken from: Literature, Foreign Language, Music, Theatre, Art, philosophy or History

Social and Behavioral Sciences/Humanities/Fine Arts, or Natural Sciences (9 Cr. Hrs.)


Literature (3 Cr. Hrs.)


Electives (36 Cr. Hrs.)