CRJ 123 - Terrorism and Homeland Security3
This course explores the nature of terrorism & places it in a geographical, political & historical context with an emphasis that’s both descriptive & analytical. This course will examine terrorism as a sociological phenomenon, the history & psychology of terrorism, the rise of modern terrorism, cyber terrorism, national security & the media & the impact of terrorism on our daily lives. The course will also highlight prevention efforts designed to combat terrorism & analyze current states of national responses & readiness, the USA Patriot Act & the development of the Dept of Homeland Security.
Prerequisite(s): Eligible for ENG 101.
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