Focuses on various components of terrorism. Facilitates a closer examination of both conventional and changing nature of terrorism. Security practices that continue to be applied to the present-day threat will be discussed. New and unconventional anti-terror processes will be explored that are expected to curtail the rise of terrorism.
Prerequisite/Corequisite: None. Opened to students in Emergency Mgmt program, or 60 credits completed, or permission of the course director. Course credit exclusions: AP/DEMS 4709 3.00