NOTE: As of Fall 2014, no new applications will be accepted for this specialization/program. Current students should contact their graduate advisor to go over their plan for completing the program requirements.
Homeland Security Management Specialization
The Homeland Security Management (HSMN) specialization provides managers and practitioners with the background to prepare for and deal with a wide range of man-made and natural threats and vulnerabilities at the community and organizational level. The curriculum prepares students to perform security risk assessments and to develop strategies to mitigate threats to people, physical facilities, and information-dependent critical infrastructure as well to plan for and manage operational recovery. Courses also explore the evolving roles within various first responder communities regarding pre-event planning and post-event response.
The Master of Science program in technology management serves a number of careers at the entry-, mid-, or high-level position, depending on the prior level of experience of the candidate.
Graduates of the Homeland Security Management specialization, depending on their background can find positions such as:
- Enterprise Chief Operation Officers
- Facility and Plant Managers
- Facility Security Officers
- Military Planners
- Federal, State, and Local Government Emergency Planners and Policy Makers
- Law Enforcement, Emergency, and Medical Practitioners and Administrators
Core Required Courses
UCSP 615 Orientation to Graduate Studies at UMUC (0), to be taken within the first 6 credits of study
- TMAN 611 Principles of Technology Management (3)
- TMAN 614 Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation (3)
- TMAN 632 Organizational Performance Management (3)
- TMAN 633 Managing People in Technology-Based Organizations (3)
- TMAN 625 Economics and Financial Analysis for Technology Managers (3)
Clustered Course Options
Homeland Security Management (HSMN) Specialization Required Courses
- HSMN 610 Concepts in Homeland Security (3)
- HSMN 625 Critical Infrastructures (3)
- HSMN 630 Resilience Planning and Preparedness for Disaster Response and Recovery (3)
- INFA 660 The Law, Regulation and Ethics of Information Assurance (3)
- BSBD 641 Biosecurity and Bioterrorism (3)
- HSMN 640 Energy Infrastructure Security (3)
HSMN 670 Seminar in Homeland Security (3)
HSMN 670 has a prerequisite of 24 credits, including all other specialization courses.*
HSMN 610 must be taken as one of the first two specialization courses.
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