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CJS 2130 Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism

Awareness and exploration of the reasons the United States is a target for terrorists. Examination of various domestic and international terrorist group ideologies from historical and current perspectives. Identification of elements of a terrorist crime scene, including weapons of mass destruction, chemical, biological, nuclear and cyber-terrorism, and planning involving threat assessments.

Division: Business and Public Services
Department: Criminal Justice Science
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: Yes

Prereqs: CJS 1101 

Outcomes

  • Explore the various surveillance techniques, describe the cycle of planning and prepare a plan to eliminate or deter a terrorist act.
  • Identify the international, federal, and state statutes that are paramount to understanding terrorism.
  • Identify domestic terrorists and terrorist acts.
  • Identify the international, federal, and state statutes that are paramount to understanding terrorism.
  • Describe the role the media plays in terrorism and the impact of the media on terrorism.

Credit Hours: 3

Classroom Hours: 3