PSM 133 Homeland Security: Chemical & Biological Defense

3 Credit Hours • 45 Contact Hours (Lecture)

Provides an overview of the radiological, chemical, biochemical, and biological threat to Homeland Security. Analysis of the agents and means of dissemination or attack that an adversary nation, group or terrorist cell may employ to deliver these agents; review the current and projected means, techniques, and procedures for defense against such agents; review of theory and practices in chemical and biological threats to develop proactive defensive postures to defeat these threats.