HLS 830 – Hazards & Threats to Homeland Security
Description and analysis of significant hazards and threats to national security, domestic security, and community safety, such as disasters, catastrophes, epidemics, accidents, technological failures, and terrorism. The focus of this course is on the various types of threats that constitute the “all hazards” approach to homeland security. The course is not particularly concerned with prevention of, protection from, response to, and/or recovery from significant events, but rather simply on the range and nature of these natural and man-made events. Course materials are drawn from a variety of disciplines and professional areas.
Instructor: Fred May
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HLS 830- Epidemics & Pandemics