A minor in homeland security and emergency preparedness consists of 18 credits. Students are required to take the following:

HSEP   101Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness3
HSEP 301/POLI   367/CRJS 367Terrorism3
HSEP 302/CRJS   368Emergency Planning and Incident Management3
HSEP/CRJS 330Legal and Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness3
Select one the following:3
Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
Strategic Planning for Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
The Intelligence Community and the Intelligence Process
Select three additional elective credits from the HSEP electives list below in consultation with an adviser 13
Total Hours18
 
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Students also may choose these credits from whichever HSEP core courses they have not already taken. 

Approved homeland security and emergency preparedness electives

CRJS   300Forensic Criminology3
CRJS   320Principles of Criminal Investigation3
CRJS   370Criminalistics and Crime Analysis3
CRJS   373Crime Scene Evidence: Law and Trial Procedure3
CRJS   463Comparative Criminal Justice Systems3
CRJS   475Criminal Procedure3
FIRE   306Regulatory Aspects of Safety and Risk Control3
FIRE   307System Safety3
FIRE   308Incident Investigation and Analysis3
FIRE   309Risk and Insurance3
FIRE   359Issues in Risk Management and Insurance3
GVPA   493Government and Public Affairs Internship1-6
HSEP   391Topics in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness3
HSEP   491Advanced Topics in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness3
HSEP   492Independent Study1-4
POLI   310Public Policy3
POLI   322State and Local Government and Politics3
POLI   329Intergovernmental Relations3
POLI/INTL 351Governments and Politics of the Middle East3
POLI/INTL 353Latin American Governments and Politics3
POLI/INTL 362International Organizations and Institutions3
POLI/INTL 363U.S. Foreign Policy3
URSP   310Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning3
URSP/ENVS 332Environmental Management3
URSP   413Policy Implementation3
URSP/ENVS 521Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3