CRJS 335 Homeland and Border Security

This course will introduce students to the basic operation of homeland and border security agencies. Through class discussion, student engagement, and multi-media recourses, students will develop a better understanding of these agencies, and the strategies of law enforcement personnel and support staff within these operations. Students will be introduced to various theories of homeland and border protection issues, including current intelligence initiatives with respect to foreign or home-grown terrorism.




CRJS 203


Spring semester of odd calendar years