Course

CRJU-3500

Intensive study of the community structures that are in place to prepare for, and respond to, community emergencies. Particular emphasis will be given to understanding the various government, non-government, and private agencies and organizations that participate in the community preparedness schema, the process of community emergency planning, and the risks and realities of serious emergencies in our communities. Students will critically interact with previous American disasters and the impact of policies and practices in their outcomes. Also, students will be guided to how they can positively contribute to the resiliency of their community and what to do in the event of a serious emergency event.

Credits:
3.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
History and Government [HG]
Subject:
Criminal Justice [CRJU]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2015SP
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2015SP01Mr. Jim GruenbergBTS 203 LEC T 06:00PM-08:50PM
Dates: 01/06/15-05/01/15
250