Course Description

Exposes 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.

Learning Outcomes

  • 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.

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