Course Details

Vulnerability and Protection — HSEM F607-UX1

    CRN Course Dates Description Instructor Credits Notes Prerequisites
    35715 2019-01-14 to 2019-05-04 This course examines security as a discipline and responsibility. The key focus of security is the protection of assets, whether in the public or private sector. It also includes management principles and concepts that practitioners can use to develop defensible and resilient operations, communities and businesses. The course explores the relationship of security to vulnerability and its role in the overall management of risk. It delves into the functions and responsibilities of security practitioners in public and private organizations, and broaches key aspects of institutional security concerns, including control of access, terrorist attack, critical infrastructure protection, insider threats and workplace violence. The course touches on the evolving nature of the homeland security enterprise and of protective concerns within a global context. Samuel Alexander 3.00 Prerequisites: Must be admitted to the MSDM program; or permission of MSDM program director.

    ESTIMATE of Tuition & Fees

    600 Level:  $1467.00
    Standard Fees:   $168.00
    Departmental or Other Fees:   VARIES

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