Industrial and Transportation Security (210530)
Projected Start Date
This course is designed to introduce students to a comprehensive overview of homeland security from an all-hazard, multidisciplinary perspective. Students will examine threats to homeland security, including natural and technological disasters, as well as acts of domestic and international terrorism, including weapons of mass destruction. Students will review the roles and responsibilities of government agencies, private organizations, and individual citizens in homeland security including but not limited to law enforcement, fire, EMS, public health, education, mental health, and special districts (water, utilities, sanitation). Students will meet the state and federal requirements for certification in SEMS/NIMS by completing: IS 100 (Introduction to Incident Command), IS 200 (ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents), IS 700 (National Incident Management System: An Introduction) and IS 800 (National Response Plan: An Introduction).
Enrollment Completer Projections
It is expected to have 40 students earn the certificate from the high school after the third year of the program 20/21.
It is expected to see 10-15 students complete the AA degree annually starting in the 20/21 academic year.