CNIT 51200

Managing Resources and Applications for Homeland Security

An interdisciplinary course providing examples and practice in applying and managing the resources, including technologies, used in the private and public sectors for homeland security programs. Course contents will include: terrorism; corporate security; bio-security; health care preparedness; personal/community preparedness; risk transfer; and information security and privacy. Additional content includes discussion of local, state, and federal preparedness programs issues in the public/private sectors that are designed to ensure survival during a continuum of emergency events, and continued practice in using collaborative application of team building skills.

Prerequisites: Instructor permission.  

Typically offered spring semester only.  

Contact Professor Eric Dietz for additional details

Credit Hours: 

Computer and Information Technology

West Lafayette