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CRJ 305 Securing the Homeland

This course provides the students with an introduction to the role of Homeland Security and discusses the concept of the rule of law in defending the homeland. Students investigate problems and solutions relating to the tactics for defending borders, tactics for defending coasts, tactics for defending critical infrastructures, tactics for defending aviation security, tactics for defending information technology, and tactics for defending our communities. The course will discuss the role of intelligence in Homeland Security. 4 credit hours. Offered as needed.

CRJ 470 Government Leadership Challenges in Homeland Security

This course will provide an introduction to the theories, roles, and practices of leadership, focusing on the issues facing government officials in Homeland Security. The concept of principle-centered leadership, as well as the difference between management and leadership, will be introduced and examined.  Discussion topics include issues associated with National Security, transportation, key events occurring after 9/11, budgets, and legislation.  Students will examine the impact government official’s leadership styles have on the resolution and management of significant issues.  Also, students will examine how ethics and values influence the decision making process.  Students will analyze case studies and discuss how leadership styles improved or prolonged the negative aspects of a situation.

CRJ 480 Topics in CCI: Computer Networks and the Internet

This course will focus on the relationship of networks (and by extension, the Internet) to computer crime. The student will learn how to apply the previously acquired skills of collecting and examining electronic evidence to the use of this evidence in a criminal investigation which involves a computer network and/or the Internet. The course will also examine issues related to the detection, investigation and prevention of network intrusions. 4 credit hours. Offered as needed.