GLBL 3350 - Transportation Safety and Security
Transportation security in the 21st century will challenge the capabilities of our global transportation infrastructure. This course will explore the ever evolving requirements imposed on industry practitioners and encourage students to develop skill sets and knowledge required to imbed security in transportation systems. We will examine the evolution of the industry’s concerns with safety to concerns about both safety and security and analyze how these concerns drive workforce training and resource allocation. Students will assess technological and economic challenges to ensure safe and secure transportation systems. In addition to physical security issues, this course also examines the issues of resilience and preparedness, and how they drive industry practitioners, policy planners and stakeholders.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Global Affairs to see the next time this course is offered.