In this certificate program, students will develop their skills to identify and plan responses to terrorist threats. Students will study the procedures for responding to attacks and expand their understanding of the types of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the impact of biological and chemical threats and disasters.
Students must meet the bachelor’s degree admission requirements. Credit from courses taken for a certificate can be applied toward the B.S. in Criminal Justice or B.S. in Political Science and Public Administration.
Students must take all courses in sequence and receive a B or better in each course. Note: A grade of B– is not acceptable.
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