HLS 800 – Homeland Security Policy Analysis
This course examines the political and organizational factors involved in developing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and a critical analysis of the structure and administration of the newly formed DHS. In addition, and analysis of homeland security Legislation, Acts, and Presidential Directives focusing on issues such as alternative strategies, gaining acceptance, assuring implementation, and coping with unanticipated consequences will be completed. Supporting materials include 9/11 Commission Report, the Homeland Security Act, the U.S.A. Patriot Act, and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act.
Instructor: Michael W. Collier
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HLS 800 – Emergence of Department of Homeland Security I
Learn about the emergence of the department of homeland security and what laws regulate it.
HLS 800 – Civil Liberties and Security Balance
Learn about homeland security policy issues.