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1 Homeland Security INDIVIDUAL PROGRAM INFORMATION Macomb1 ( )

2 Homeland Security PROGRAM OPTIONS CREDENTIAL TITLE CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED NOTES Associate of Applied Science Homeland Security 64 Certificate Homeland Security 30 CONTACT INFORMATION CONTACT TITLE NAME PHONE E MAIL LOCATION Director Carl Seitz Center Campus Professor Gino Hliebay Center Campus Program Description: The Homeland Security program provides students with a foundation of private and homeland security knowledge to build upon as a transfer to a specialty degree. The objectives of the Homeland Security Associate Degree Program are to upgrade personnel employed in the security industry and to prepare students for full time employment in this field. The student will develop or improve skills and knowledge of criminal law, current issues in homeland security, evidence and criminal procedures and investigation, as well as other facets of law enforcement. Career Opportunities: Homeland Security Associate of Applied Science: Job titles such as Transportation Security Screeners, Detectives & Criminal Investigators, Computer Network Support Specialist Security Systems Technician, and Security & Fire Alarm System Installers are attainable upon completion of this course of study. To learn more from a career specialist, visit the Office of Career Services at either campus or explore online at Homeland Security Certificate: Job titles such as Transportation Security Screeners, Detectives & Criminal Investigators, Computer Network Support Specialist Security Systems Technician, and Security & Fire Alarm System Installers are attainable upon completion of this course of study. To learn more from a career specialist, visit the Office of Career Services at either campus or explore online at Transfer Pathways: Students intending to transfer and complete a bachelor s degree need to make early decisions concerning an academic major and a transfer destination. Statistics show that students who make these decisions early are more likely to persist to graduation than their undecided counterparts. Students planning to transfer credits earned at Macomb are strongly urged to see a counselor or academic advisor as early as possible in their college careers. 8 Transfer Resource Guide 1

3 ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN HOMELAND SECURITY Career preparation and related courses (require successful completion of a minimum of 62 credit hours) SUGGESTED SEQUENCE BASED ON FULL TIME ENROLLMENT. MAY ALSO BE COMPLETED BASED ON PART TIME ENROLLMENT. CORE COURSES: COMMON DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN HOMELAND SECURITY COURSE COURSE TITLE PREREQUISITE SEMESTER 1 LAWE 2355 Crime Scene Investigation 4.0 HLND 1100 Introduction to Homeland Security 3.0 LAWE 1320 Interviewing 3.0 Group I Course: ENGL 1180 OR ENGL 1210 Communications 1 OR Composition 1 2 Placement, or ENGL 0050 or EAPP 1500 with grade C or better CREDIT HOURS Group II Course Any ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ENVS, GEOL, MATH, NATS, PHSA, PHYS SEMESTER 2 HLND 1180 Intelligence Analysis & Security Management 3.0 LAWE 1500 Analysis of Terrorism 3.0 Group III Course: PSYC 1010 OR SOCY 1010 Introductory Psychology OR Principles of Sociology And 2 courses from the following: FIRE 1000 Philosophy of Fire Protection 3.0 FIRE 2300 Fire Department Administration 3.0 LAWE 1100 Criminal Justice 3.0 HLND 1000 Citizen Emergency Preparedness 3.0 LAWE 1120 Introduction to Corrections 3.0 LAWE 1280 The Police Function 3.0 LAWE 1290 Current Issues in Policing 3.0 LAWE 1400 Crime Causation 3.0 LAWE 1410 Delinquency Prevention & Control 3.0 LAWE 2700 Advanced Court Procedures LAWE 1100 and either LAWE 1280 or LAWE LAWE 2903 Directed Study Approval of directed study agreement 3.0 SECR 1000 Introduction to Security 3.0 SECR 1120 Principles of Loss Prevention 3.0 SEMESTER 3 LAWE 2680 Evidence & Criminal Procedures 4.0 HLND 1190 Border Security & Transportation 3.0 Group IV Course Any ARAB, ARTT, CHIN, ENGL 2### (CREATIVE WRITING OR LITERATURE ONLY), FREN, GRMN, HUMN, ITAL, INTL 2000, INTL 2300, MUSC, PHIL, & SPAN Group V Course Any PHED Wellness course 2000 or above 2.0 SEMESTER 4 LAWE 2690 Criminal law 4.0 HLND 2000 Introduction to Emergency Management 3.0 And 2 courses from the following, not chosen in semester 2: FIRE 1000 Philosophy of Fire Protection 3.0 FIRE 2300 Fire Department Administration 3.0 HLND 1000 Citizen Emergency Preparedness 2.0 LAWE 1100 Criminal Justice 3.0 LAWE 1120 Introduction to Corrections 3.0 LAWE 1280 The Police Function 3.0 LAWE 1290 Current Issues in Policing 3.0 LAWE 1400 Crime Causation 3.0 LAWE 1410 Delinquency Prevention & Control 3.0 LAWE 2700 Advanced Court Procedures LAWE 1100 and either LAWE 1280 or LAWE

4 CORE COURSES: COMMON DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN HOMELAND SECURITY COURSE COURSE TITLE PREREQUISITE LAWE 2903 Directed Study Approval of directed study agreement 3.0 SECR 1000 Introduction to Security 3.0 SECR 1120 Principles of Loss Prevention 3.0 HLND 1000 Citizen Emergency Preparedness 2.0 CREDIT HOURS NOTES: A minimum of 18 credit hours of Arts & Sciences courses (Groups I V) are needed as well as a minimum of 62 total credit hours for the associate degree. Arts & Sciences Groups I V can be taken in any semester. It is strongly encouraged that you work with a counselor or advisor to plan your schedule. Students planning to obtain a Bachelor s degree in Homeland Security should seek the advice of a program advisor, counselor, or academic advisor when selecting elective courses. (Alternative Selection) The student may arrange to take courses specifically directed to the educational occupational goal for employment (of the student) with the consent of the faculty advisor and the department. The courses must be applicable to specific fields in Homeland Security that would provide the student an improved background for the desired specific employment opportunities at the federal, state or local levels. CERTIFICATE IN HOMELAND SECURITY Career preparation and related courses (require successful completion of a minimum of 28 credit hours) REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE IN HOMELAND SECURITY COURSE COURSE TITLE PREREQUISITE SEMESTER 1 LAWE 2355 Crime Scene Investigation 4.0 HLND 1100 Introduction to Homeland Security 3.0 LAWE 1320 Interviewing 3.0 SEMESTER 2 HLND 1180 Intelligence Analysis & Security Management 3.0 LAWE 1500 Analysis of Terrorism 3.0 SEMESTER 3 LAWE 2680 Evidence & Criminal Procedures 4.0 HLND 1190 Border Security & Transportation 3.0 SEMESTER 4 LAWE 2690 Criminal Law 4.0 HLND 2000 Introduction to Emergency Management 3.0 CREDIT HOURS Gainful Employment Disclosure: See page 21 for Gainful Employment Information 3

5 Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree The Associate of Applied Science Degree is intended to provide the preparation necessary for potential employment in an occupational specialty. Requirements Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 Minimum 15 semester hours of credit earned at Macomb Minimum 62 semester hours of credit courses numbered 1000 or above, which include: A minimum 18 semester hours of credit in Arts and Sciences courses numbered 1000 or above, as described in the Group Concentrations table; and A minimum of an additional 44 semester hours, including required career preparation and related courses as well as any electives required in the program. Arts and Sciences Courses Required for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree A minimum of one course from each of the five Arts and Sciences groups must be selected. Electives and Arts and Sciences requirements must be satisfied by courses numbered 1000 or higher. Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree requirements are met by taking the required career courses and the Arts and Sciences courses. See Academic Placement Procedures for information on course placement in chemistry, English, English for Academic Purposes, mathematics, and reading. Courses numbered below 1000 will not count toward the Associate of Applied Science degree. Contact a counselor or academic advisor if you need help in choosing the appropriate course. GROUP Arts and Sciences Group Concentration for Associate of Applied Science Degree Requirements COURSES MINIMUM DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 18 SEMESTER HOURS I.A ENGL 1180 or ENGL Course I.B Other English Composition, Reading, or Speech See Note below II. III. IV. Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Mathematics, Natural Science, Physical Science, Physics Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, INTL 2010, INTL 2500, INTL 2700, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Social Science Art, Creative Writing, Foreign Language, Humanities, INTL 2000, INTL 2300, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater Arts 1 Course 1 Course 1 Course V. Any PHED Wellness course 2000 or above 1 Course Note: If students take one course from each of Groups I.A, II, III, IV, and V, and still have taken less than the minimum of 18 semester hours of Arts and Sciences courses required for the AAS degree, they may elect additional hours from Groups I.B, II, III, IV, or V to satisfy minimum degree requirements. 4

6 Course Descriptions FIRE 1000 Philosophy of Fire Protection 3.00 credit hours (formerly FSC 100) The philosophy and history of fire protection; history of loss of life and property from fire; review of municipal fire defenses; study of the organization and function of federal, state, county, and private fire protection agencies; survey of professional fire protection career opportunities. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. FIRE 2300 Fire Department Administration 3.00 credit hours (formerly FSC 230) Organization, supervision, and effective management of modern fire departments; survey of municipal fire problems; fire defenses and insurance rates; legal aspects of fire prevention; records and measurement of results. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1100 Criminal Justice 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 110) Philosophy and history of criminal justice; agencies and processes; evaluation of current criminal justice services and their social and constitutional aspects. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. HLND 1000 Citizen Emergency Preparedness 2.00 credit hours HLND 1000 introduces students to the elements of disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact a community. Students are trained in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations, and will be certified to the healthcare provider level in accordance with the CPR standards of the American Heart Association. The course will introduce students to topics which will begin to prepare them to assist others in their home, neighborhood, or workplace following a disastrous event when professional responders may not be immediately available to help. (4 contact hrs) HLND 1010 Citizen Emergency Preparedness for Medical Assistants 2.00 credit hours Corequisite: MAST 1360, MAST 1400, MAST 1500, MAST 1800 HLND 1010 introduces students to the elements of disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact a community. Students are trained in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations, and will be certified to the healthcare provider level in accordance with the CPR standards of the American Heart Association. The course will introduce students to topics which will begin to prepare them to assist others in their home, neighborhood, or workplace following a disastrous event when professional responders may not be immediately available to help. (4 contact hrs) HLND 1100 Introduction to Homeland Security 3.00 credit hours (formerly HLND 2911) HLND 1100 introduces students to the vocabulary and to the important components of Homeland Security and discusses the importance of the agencies associated with Homeland Security and their inter related duties and relationships. It examines historical events that impact Homeland Security, state, national, and international laws, and the most critical threats confronting Homeland Security. (3 contact hrs) HLND 1180 Intelligence Analysis & Security Management 3.00 credit hours HLND 1180 examines intelligence analysis and its indispensable relationship to the security management of terrorist attacks, man made disasters, and natural disasters. It also explores vulnerabilities of our national defense and private sectors, as well as the threats posed to these institutions by terrorists, man made disasters, and natural disasters. Students will discuss substantive issues regarding intelligence support of homeland security measures implemented by the United States and explore how the intelligence community operates. (3 contact hrs) HLND 1190 Border Security & Transportation 3.00 credit hours HLND 1190 provides an in depth view of modern border and transportation security. Specific topics include security for seaports, ships, aircraft, trains, trucks, pipelines, and buses. Discussion focuses on the technology needed to detect terrorists and their weapons as well as on the legal, economic, political, and cultural aspects of terrorism. (3 contact hours) 5

7 HLND 2000 Introduction to Emergency Management 3.00 credit hours HLND 2000 addresses preparedness and response in emergency situations resulting from natural, technological, and terrorist hazards. This is an exercise based course which utilizes case study analysis and table top disaster exercises. The instructional methodologies include lecture, case study review, planning exercises, and table top simulations aimed at introducing students to a structured decision making process that focuses on a multi jurisdictional, multi agency, and multi disciplined approach to hazard mitigation. (3 contact hrs) LAWE 1100 Criminal Justice 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 110) Philosophy and history of criminal justice; agencies and processes; evaluation of current criminal justice services and their social and constitutional aspects. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1120 Introduction to Corrections 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAWE 2911) This course introduces the philosophy and history of correctional agencies and processes, including incarceration, probation, and parole. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1280 The Police Function 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 128) An overview of the police role in society and the way in which the police are organized to discharge that function in the United States. The organization of municipal policing is studied at both operational and administrative levels. This includes the patrol, investigative, specialized, and support functions as well as an examination of the selection and training requirements for police. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1290 Current Issues in Policing 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 129) This course will select for study major issues affecting police. Examples are police community relations; recruitment and selection; recognition and management of stress; the use of deadly force; new technology; and police productivity. The list will be updated to maintain currency. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1300 Police Field Study 3.00 credit hours Prerequisite: 30 semester hours of credit and faculty approval (formerly LAW 130) This course is designed to give the advanced student an opportunity to observe field practices of law enforcement agencies. Students will spend time in a law enforcement agency such as a police department, sheriff s department, or court to observe actual job related tasks. In addition, the student will have classroom lectures regarding specific law enforcement responsibilities. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1320 Interviewing 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 132) Practical interviewing and related consideration in agreement with current legal stipulations. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1400 Crime Causation 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 140) Relationships between crime and social, political, economic, and behavioral factors. Crime prevention programs. Emphasis on urban crime. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 1410 Delinquency Prevention & Control 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 141) Problems of juvenile courts, institutional treatment, community resources for prevention, probation, and police programs. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. 6

8 LAWE 1500 Analysis of Terrorism 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 150) A detailed examination of the causes, phenomena, and significance of terrorism of all types, including those which are revolutionary in origin, as well as state, liberation, and criminal. The workshop, having provided a sound knowledge of the origins, leadership and policies of terrorism, will monitor its path and practices in the world of today as well as providing some assessment of the threat of tomorrow. By means of the workshop approach, each student will learn to track the activities of the various terrorist groups. (3 contact hrs) LAWE 1600 Introduction to Cyber Crime Investigation 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAWE 2915) LAWE 1600 provides students with an overview of cyber crimes, computer related crime issues confronting the American criminal justice system, and various means of investigating those crimes. (3 Contact hrs) LAWE 2320 Police Leadership, Management, & Supervision 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAWE 2914) This course will provide students with basic knowledge of the theory and practice of effective leadership as it relates to law enforcement. Topics include distinguishing between management and leadership; personal traits, characteristics, and behaviors of effective leaders; and factors that influence interaction between various levels of police officers. Students will also assess their personal leadership skills. (3 contact hrs) LAWE 2330 Introduction to Criminal Investigations 3.00 credit hours (formerly LAWE 2913) LAWE 2330 introduces the duties and role of the criminal investigator in conducting investigations. Topics include basic leads, investigative techniques, rules of evidence, and case preparation for court. (3 contact hrs) East Campus. LAWE 2350 Criminal Investigation & Laboratory Techniques 4.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 235) Coordinated lecture and laboratory experience in the fundamentals of investigation, techniques of crime scene recording and search, collection and preservation of evidence, modus operandi, follow up and case preparation. (4 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 2680 Evidence & Criminal Procedures 4.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 268) Principles, duties, and mechanics of criminal procedure as applied to important areas of arrest, force, and search and seizure. (4 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 2690 Criminal Law 4.00 credit hours (formerly LAW 269) Elements of substantive criminal law relevant to attaining the preservation and protection of life and property. The structure, definitions, and most applicable pertinent sections of the criminal statutes. (4 contact hrs) Center Campus. LAWE 2700 Advanced Court Procedures 3.00 credit hours Prerequisite: LAWE 1100 and either LAWE 1280 or LAWE 1290 (formerly LAW 270) This course provides practical experience in advanced court processes connected with law enforcement. The student will be presented with a factual scenario in which the student will be assigned a role. The student will then be faced with the consequences of police actions taken through civil, criminal, and department legal proceedings. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. 7

9 LAWE 2810 Basic Police Academy credit hours Prerequisite: Consent of department. Pre service students must score a minimum level 4 on the ACT Work Keys reading for information examination. Students must meet the admissions standards as set by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES). At a minimum, persons taking this course must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid Michigan driver s license, no felony convictions, and successfully pass the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) reading and writing and physical fitness pre employment tests. (formerly LAWE 2800) LAWE 2810 prepares students in the proper techniques of patrol procedures, criminal investigation, and crime scene process. Emphasis is on conflict resolution, report writing, and detention and prosecution of prisoners. First aid, investigations, evidence collection, disaster control, civil disorders, and tactical operations are also covered. This course meets the state mandated requirements for preparing students to take the exam for State certifications for entry level police officers. (48.25 contact hrs) East Campus. PSYC 1010 Introductory Psychology 4.00 credit hours (formerly PSY 101) Nature, scope, and methods of psychology as behavioral science, emphasizing development, biological foundation of behavior, sensation, and perception, learning, emotion, motivation, and personality. (4 contact hrs) SECR 1000 Introduction to Security 3.00 credit hours (formerly SEC 100) An introduction to security administration including an historical, philosophical, and legal framework for security operations, as well as detailed presentations of specific security processes and programs currently and historically utilized in providing security. An overview of the personnel, physical information process, and specialized programs for plants, retail stores, transportation systems, and security education. The total environmental, political, financial, legal ramifications of the individual in society. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. SECR 1120 Principles of Loss Prevention 3.00 credit hours (formerly SEC 112) An overview of the functional operations of various specialized areas of security such as theft and risk control, security surveys, and loss prevention management in proprietary and governmental institutions. (3 contact hrs) Center Campus. SOCY 1010 Principles of Sociology 4.00 credit hours (formerly SOC 101) The student will study the origin, development, organization and function of human societies. Emphasis will be on culture, socialization, group behavior, social stratification, and social change. (4 contact hrs) 8

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