Beginning in the Fall 2014 semester, The Department of Political Science in collaboration with other departments and programs at Northeastern University will be offering a Master of Science in Security and Resilience Studies. Utilizing the interdisciplinary expertise of scholars from across Northeastern University, this degree will offer students the opportunity to explore such material public and international issues as terrorism, homeland security, resiliency, and sustainability.
HLS 6000 – Introduction to Homeland Security
The Kostas Research Institute offers classrooms for adult education. Professor Craig Gruber teaches Introduction to Homeland Security every Thursday evening in the spring semester. The course has two central objectives: to expand the way participants think, analyze, and communicate about homeland security; and to assess knowledge in critical homeland security knowledge domains, including strategy, history, terrorism, fear management, crisis communication, conventional and unconventional threats.