All Courses

  • EM 2016: Planning & Preparedness for Homeland Security & Emergency Management Post-9/11 and Post-Katrina Certificate Course

    The course is designed to introduce those taking the course to a wide array of accompanying issues and concerns involving planning and preparedness for homeland security and emergency management in a post-9/11, post-Katrina world. Some specific areas that will be addressed during the course include the following: 1) The cultural divide between homeland security and emergency management that has evolved since 9/11 and that has become even more apparent in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and the role this cultural divide has played before and after Hurricane Katrina; 2) The post-Katrina efforts on the part of DHS to embrace an all-hazards approach to homeland security and emergency management; 3) The need to refocus efforts on prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, and continuity of operations in a way that will help ensure the reliability, resilience, stability, and continuity of critical infrastructure; 4) The need to include an emphasis on the development of disaster resistant communities and regions, including disaster resistant infrastruc6ture within those communities and regions and within the nation as a whole especially in light of the wide range of challenges and threats facing the nation.

  • Organic Chemistry II Preparation

    This course is a fully-online, self-paced short course of designed to prepare students for Organic Chemistry II. The course uses engaging learning objects to guide the student through general chemistry and organic chemistry topics. Total estimated time to complete the course is 14 hours.

  • 2017_1 The Harmfulness of Marijuana Use & Public Policy Approaches to Address the Challenges

    The objective of the course is to help increase the understanding of public policy makers, as well as other contributing members to society, concerning the harmful effects of marijuana use and the implications of those harmful effects for the mental and physical well-being of individuals of all ages in society; the implications of the harmful effects of marijuana use on the capacity of adults and ultimately, the rising generation to function as responsible citizens.