CEHC 393

"Simulation: Building Security and Preparedness"

Course Description

Simulation: Building Security and Preparedness is an intensive four week course that provides the student with an opportunity to blend “practice” with “theory” through a mix of high-end simulations and other blended learning activities. This iteration of the course will provide an opportunity for students to learn about how terrorists tend to plan for and then carry out attacks.

The course includes on-line preliminary activity during the first two weeks that will help form the foundation for the in-person simulations that will follow. Week 3 will begin the in classroom discussion  in Albany. The forth week will allow students to finish up the on-line discussions and individual projects.

Each semester provides a different type of simulation. Course content will vary depending on the semester.


Funding will be available for students. This will include transportation, food, and housing. Anything unrelated to the course, will not be funded by CEHC. 


Must be of Junior or Senior standing and requires permission of instructor.
3.25 GPA preferred.


Summer Semesters
Winter Semesters

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