The Aviation Department at Hinds Community College will offer ANT 2523 Introduction to Homeland Security during its Summer Mini-Term, May 15-29.
The maiden offering is part of the new Aviation Security Technology program, located at the Rankin Campus, which prepares students for employment in airport security and other aviation security positions.
The course explores state, national and international laws impacting Homeland Security and includes an examination of the most critical threats confronting Homeland Security. The three-credit hour class will meet for 10 days, on the weekdays from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Contact Oscar Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 601.936.5575 for more information.
New students must complete the application process and see an adviser before they can register for classes, either in person at one of six Hinds locations or online.