2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

SEC 730 Private Security: Function and Role in Homeland Defense

Course analyzes the interconnectedness of private security and homeland defense. Students study the interactions, conflicts and synergy between private sector security and government homeland security. Students review and analyze threats to private infrastructure and interests, as well planning for and responding to emergencies that affect the private and public sectors. Goal of the course is to provide students with homeland defense and anti-terrorism knowledge to evaluate and mitigate vulnerabilities and risks in the private sector.