Managing Resources and Applications for Homeland Security
ASM 59100/CNIT 58100
Tue & Thu 4:30 – 5:45 pm
ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN FOR SPRING 2012
Taught by an interdisciplinary team of faculty:
J. E. Dietz, Director of Purdue Homeland Security,
An interdisciplinary practical approach to Homeland Security:
Students will explore the characteristics of security, personal and corporate perspectives on security, asset identification and cost/benefit analysis, risk assessment and management, crisis decision making, emergency management and response infrastructures, crisis communication, business continuity, best practices, collaborative approaches, and team building. Real-world case studies will be examined, including the attacks of September 11, 2001, Hurricanes Katrina and Ike, the I-35W bridge collapse, and others. Presentations by outside experts in the field of Homeland Security will be included.
ASM 59100/ CNIT 58100 - Foundations in Homeland Security recommended
Senior or graduate-level standing or consent of instructor.
Purdue Homeland Security Institute (PHSI)
Indiana Dept. of Homeland Security
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