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|POLS 7341 - Security and Resilience Policy|
Examines the post-9/11 evolution of security and the new emphasis on bolstering societal, infrastructure, system, and network resilience. Emphasizes the complex organizational; jurisdictional (international, federal, state, and local); private-sector; and civil-society issues associated with managing the risk of terrorism, cyber-attacks, and naturally occurring disasters. Topics include policy development and implementation of critical infrastructure protection, cybersecurity, supply chain security, disaster management, and community resilience. Requires concurrent registration in POLS 7342 for students in the College of Engineering and students in the MS program in security and resilience.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Seminar
Political Science Department
GS Col Socl Sci & Humanities