Security and Resilience in the Healthcare Sector, Undergraduate Certificate
This online certificate program is designed to educate students working in, or seeking careers in, areas relating to security and resilience of infrastructures in the chemical and energy sectors.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Security and Resilience in the Healthcare Sector is designed to educate students working in, or seeking careers in, areas relating to security and resilience of infrastructures in the healthcare and public health sectors. The undergraduate certificate covers all aspects of the homeland security cycle—from protection, prevention, and mitigation to response and recovery—as they relate to the public health sector as a component of critical infrastructure.
Gain In-Demand Knowledge and Skills
Students who complete this program will be able to:
- Summarize key concepts in public health.
- Sketch institutions and interdependencies within the healthcare sector.
- Interpret the role of planning and liaison in crisis management.
- Recognize a range of cyber vulnerabilities impacting critical infrastructures.
- Integrate vulnerabilities, features, and stakeholders pertaining to the maintenance of resilience in the healthcare sector.
|Length||15 Credit Hours|
|Required Courses||Undergraduate Certificate|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|