CRM-230 Terrorism and Homeland Security
This course examines terrorism with a focus on the contemporary societal experience, although historical perspectives will provide context as well. Differentiating characteristics of domestic and international terror groups will be identified. Legal implications of anti-terrorist measures and homeland security enforcement will be reviewed. Prerequisite: CRM-101. [3 credits]
- Explain the foundations of Homeland Security in the United States
- Explore the evolution of Homeland Security as it relates to terrorism
- Examine the origins of modern terrorism and terrorist organizations
- Differentiate between Homeland Security and law enforcement
- Review counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence
- Terrorist Organization Research Paper
- Two exams and a final
- Individual Presentation
- Class Participation
REQUIRED/RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK(S) OR MATERIALS:
Access the bookstore website at www.ndm.bncollege.com for textbook information.
OTHER COURSE INFORMATION:
Assignments and/or chapter(s) being discussed on the first day of class are indicated in the course syllabus found on the Joule course site and require reading/completion prior to coming to class.