JUS 105 - Introduction to Corporate and Homeland Security
Focuses on the needs, operations and administration of corporate and Homeland Security. The course stresses not only the past and current developments of security in the United States, but also the general functions of security operations, including asset protection, access control, investigations and management of emergency situations. The functions of security administration are also studied, including management, training and human resource management. The issues of Homeland Security will be emphasized in light of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, which have dramatically altered the focus of security operations.