EHS Concentration in Environment and Security
Professionals in the field of EHS often interact and collaborate with professionals in criminal justice and homeland security, and inclusion of specific criminal justice courses will better prepare graduates for these interactions. While there are many aspects to security, the relationship to the environment will be considered here, environmental, forensic, water, air, and energy. A single degree cannot encompass all aspects, yet the concentration can draw on courses and research in the areas of environmental health science (Institute for the Sustainable Environment), forensic chemistry (School of Arts & Science), and biometrics (School of Engineering) currently taught at Clarkson as well as homeland security courses taught at SUNY Canton.
A concentration inEnvironment and Security requires 20 or more credits in the following specified
areas. Completion of an approved concentration will be designated on the student’s transcript.
Students must take the following:
CM221 Spectroscopy (3 Credits)
CM223 Spectroscopy Laboratory (3 Credits)
BY320 Microbiology I & Lab (3 Credits)
BY322 Microbiology Lab (2 Credits)
EV400/401 Capstone Project related to Environment and Security (4 Credits)
In addition students must select 2 of the following courses from SUNY Canton:
JUST230 Fundamentals of Homeland Security (3 Credits)
JUST326 Threats to Homeland Security (3 Credits)
JUST420 The Corporate Role in Homeland Security (3 Credits)
EHS 401 Chem, Bio, & Rad Forensics and Terrorism Threats (3 credits)
Other suitable course Criminal Justice/Homeland security courses can be approved by the Director of the ISE or designee.