CJA467 Intl. & Domestic Terrorism
Lead Faculty: Dr James E. Guffey
Course DescriptionExposes the students to the basics of terrorism and its global impact; terrorism investigation and intervention strategies. It describes the factors to be considered when implementing psychological, social, investigative and legal techniques against terrorism and its related crimes.
- Describe the historical and contemporary aspects of terrorism.
- Analyze the physical, financial, and investigative factors of terrorism.
- Identify the psychosocial factors of terrorists and their actions.
- Evaluate the current investigatory tools in dealing with terrorism.