Security & Safety Leadership (PSSL)

Explanation of Course Numbers

  • Courses in the 1000s are primarily introductory undergraduate courses
  • Those in the 2000–4000s are upper-division undergraduate courses that can also be taken for graduate credit with permission and additional work
  • Those in the 6000s and 8000s are for master’s, doctoral, and professional-level students
  • The 6000s are open to advanced undergraduate students with approval of the instructor and the dean or advising office

PSSL 6240. Political Violence and Terrorism. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6241. Globalization of Threats and International Security. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6242. Security and Civil Liberties. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6243. Intelligence and Strategic Analysis. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6244. Information Systems Protection. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6245. Cyber Security Law and Policy. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6246. Cyber Intelligence and Strategic Analysis. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6247. Cyber Defense Strategies. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6248. Introduction to Cyber Conflict. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6250. Strategic Planning and Budgeting. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6251. Inter-Agency Cooperation. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6252. Emergency Management and Crisis Communication. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6253. Managing the Politics of Leadership. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6254. Strategic Change Leadership. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6255. Info. Mgt. Just. & Pub. Safety. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6256. Applied Tech in Data Analytics. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6257. Enterprise Arch. & Standards. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6258. Info Sharing & Safeguarding. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6259. Strat. IT Invsmt. & Perf. Mgmt. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6260. Methods of Analysis in Security. 3 Credits.

PSSL 6270. Capstone Project. 3 Credits.

Development of a research project integrating theoretical and analytic perspectives applied to improving organizational effectiveness in public safety agencies.