PPL 362: Homeland Security Policy
Public Policy Leadership
This course examines all facets of homeland security in the United States. It includes a review of the historical and contemporary governmental theories and practices of homeland security at both the public and private levels. Other topics to be presented include the threat of terrorism, counterterrorism, governmental policy, intelligence, and investigative techniques that support this overall objective.
- Lecture: Lecture for PPL 362
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