HSEM Program Outcomes

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Homeland Security Emergency Management Program Outcomes

1. Students will apply effective interpersonal communication, critical thinking and decision-making skills commensurate with a defined level of responsibility.
2. Students will develop agency/organization specific tools to evaluate specific domestic security challenges for the 21st Century that face the United States and other industrialized nations.
3. Students will design and modify plans and programs at federal, state, and/or local levels to reflect the evolving strategic policy issues associated with a statutory and presidential direction for homeland security
4. Students will interpret ethical and legal issues that impact emergency management and homeland security.
5. Students will recognize how to access and disseminate information through multiple agencies in order to forecast the risks, types, and orders of magnitude of terrorist threats most likely to confront the nation/state.
6. Students will define the interdisciplinary nature of Homeland Security/Emergency Management functions and be able to assess and integrate various functional areas.
7. Students will develop policies, procedures and protocols to allow seamless agency integration from prevention to incident response scenarios.
8. Students will apply a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to assume leadership roles in emergency management, homeland security, and/or public policy.
9. Students will participate in employer-directed training for performance enhancement and career advancement.
10. Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.

Homeland Security Emergency Management AAS Degree Outcomes

1. Students will apply effective interpersonal communication, critical thinking and decision-making skills commensurate with a defined level of responsibility.
2. Students will develop agency/organization specific tools to evaluate specific domestic security challenges for the 21st Century that face the United States and other industrialized nations.
3. Students will design and modify plans and programs at federal, state, and/or local levels to reflect the evolving strategic policy issues associated with a statutory and presidential direction for homeland security
4. Students will interpret ethical and legal issues that impact emergency management and homeland security.
5. Students will recognize how to access and disseminate information through multiple agencies in order to forecast the risks, types, and orders of magnitude of terrorist threats most likely to confront the nation/state.
6. Students will define the interdisciplinary nature of Homeland Security/Emergency Management functions and be able to assess and integrate various functional areas.
7. Students will develop policies, procedures and protocols to allow seamless agency integration from prevention to incident response scenarios.
8. Students will apply a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to assume leadership roles in emergency management, homeland security, and/or public policy.
9. Students will participate in employer-directed training for performance enhancement and career advancement.
10. Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.

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