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HLSS 311 BORDER AND COASTAL SECURITY

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    Jun 11, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    The class actually takes you into real world situations. Things we learned in this class were so interesting, educational and very informative. Everyone has an idea of what our country's Border Patrol does; this class took us inside the laws, the law breakers and the remedies for correction. The classroom discussions were , at times, intense. I recommend this course for students who are really interested in Homeland Security.

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    What I gained from this course is we are all in this together. What do I mean by this? we all play a part in protecting our country and with the Borders so often invaded, we must remind ourselves, we only have one life. We must protect our investments and our people. We are a country filled with foreigners so we must know exactly who and why they want to visit, live or invade. This class gave me a groundwork for protecting those I love. It provided me with understanding; border security is a dangerous job, but someone has to do it.

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    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    Go into it with an open mind and a broad spectrum of understanding. Unbiased toward foreigners who choose to work here and those who choose to endanger our loved ones. Remind yourself this is real world training and know you will use it again if this is your line of work.

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