PSS6200 Homeland Security Policies, Principles & Procedures
Educational Level: Graduate, Master
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Wilton Gleaton
This course examines key questions and issues facing the homeland security community. Students will address policy, organizational and substantive issues regarding homeland security and national defense support. The course emphasis will be on issues affecting policy, oversight, and procedures to support homeland security, national defense, and national decision making.
How This Course Benefits Students:
Homeland Security Policies, Principles and Procedures offers students the opportunity to discuss key policy and organizational design issues that future homeland security leaders will confront. Students will build upon and expand their analytic skills they will need to meet those challenges.
Why This Course Is Important:
Homeland Security Policies, Principles and Procedures will develop the student’s knowledge of the security challenges impacting the United States changing social and political environment at a local, national, and global level. Students will discuss policy through policy development exercises. Students will identify and discuss key policy and organizational design issues that future homeland security leaders will confront.