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Certificate in Homeland Security: National Security and Counter Terrorism (course two of five)

Thursday, June 12, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, the term 'national security' is used in the United States to describe both the concept and philosophy of protecting and defending the nation. It is also used to distinguish the specific programs and actions undertaken to achieve this important goal. The concept of national security has been defined in different ways throughout the years. However, most definitions of national security center not only on building and supporting the capacity to safeguard U.S. citizens, but also on maintaining public confidence in the government's ability to defend against threats to national values, integrity, and property. Learn the importance of how this applies to your overall practical training in the Homeland Security certificate program.

Hosted by:
Professional and Continuing Education
Location:
Location TBD
Cost:
$249
Audience:
Everyone
RSVP:
RSVP by 6/10/14
Website:
http://www.regent.edu/academics/pce/hls_gen_13.cfm
Special Notes:
Class will run through July 6, 2014.