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PSY-260 Terrorism/Counterterrorism

Provides a historical analysis of terrorism. Introduces the historical and contemporary issues relevant to domestic and international terrorism. Examines methods utilized by law enforcement and intelligence agencies in preventing and detecting terrorism. Also explores the process utilized for collecting and documenting evidence for the capture and effective prosecution of terrorists. Topics include the role of the media in covering, investigating and reporting terrorist events, and the constitutional and sociological dilemmas involved in investigating terrorist acts in democracies, such as the threats to privacy and individual rights. Note: Also offered as CJS 260, HLS 260 and SOC 260; credit is not given for PSY 260 and also CJS 260, HLS 260 and SOC 260.

Term: Fall 2019

Course Type: Credit - 3 Credits

Section: 001 (Closed)

Ways to take the class: Face-to-face

Days: MWF

Time: 12:00PM to 12:50PM

Start Date: 08/26/2019

End Date: 12/15/2019

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: CALT 111 Building:
Center for Applied Learning and Technology

Instructor: Adil S Qaiyumi

Class Size: 22