View Site Map!
 AWC INDEX
a b c d e f g h i j k l m
n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Header Photo
Career and Technical Education
Web Advisor

SECTION LINKS

+ Career and Technical Education 


QUICK LINKS

Icon Web Advisor WebAdvisor/Register
Icon Class Schedule Schedule of Classes
Academic Library Academic Library
Course Catalog Icon Course Catalog
Tuition Icon Tuition & Fees
Blackboard Icon Blackboard
Directory Icon Directory
Webmail Icon Webmail
Webmail Icon Help

Welcome to the Homeland Security program at AWC

Program Advisor & Professor Lee Altman

Contact Lee Altman for any questions regarding majors, degrees, and certificates offered at Arizona Western College related to U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Office: SI Building, Room 103, (928) 344-7749

E-mail Address: lee.altman@azwestern.edu

Administration of Justice & Homeland Security Instructors

Gary Neumeyer, Professor of Administration of Justice and Homeland Security – (928) 344-7648

Tim Smith, Professor of Administration of Justice and Homeland Security -      (928) 344-7696

Bertha Avila, Professor of Adminstration of Justice and Homeland Security -   (928) 344-7664

Degrees & Certificates

Customs & Border Patrol Homeland Security, Associate in Arts (A.A.) (Transfer degree)

Required Major Courses:

HLS 101 - Introduction to Homeland Security

HLS 103 - Introduction to Fire and Emergency Services

HLS 107 - Introduction to Cyberterrorism

HLS 203 - Bioterrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction

HLS 215 - Critical Incident Management for Public Safety

AJS 194 - Terrorism and Counter Terrorism

AJS 275 - Criminal Investigation

HLS Portfolio Course Goal:

The goal of the HLS -105 Portfolio Course is to help students assemble a portfolio to organize and demonstrate mastery of work and related materials that depicts a student’s accomplishment and achievements. In the era of performance assessment related to the monitoring of students mastery of a core curriculum, the development of a portfolio reveal skills and knowledge which support instructional objectives. The systematic collection of work for the student’s portfolio includes submission of a professional resume, a case study involving an aspect in the criminal justice system, the student’s criminal justice philosophy and a five year plan describing continuity in their career and educational plans. Students become proficient in the use of the on-line learning management system, while demonstrating the learning outcomes for this course.

 

Future Students | Current Students | Distance Education | Community Partners | AWC Foundation
About AWC | Admissions | Financial Aid | Online Services | Athletics | Student Life | Employment
 © 2014 Arizona Western College Disclaimers | EEOC | Site Map | Comments