CJ 435 Domestic and International Terrorism 4 cr.
- Offered: Every other winter.
- Prerequisite: CJ 110 and junior standing or instructor's permission.
This course examines the history and current state of the problem of domestic and international terrorism. This includes the types and nature of terror; profiles of the individuals, organizations and nation states involved in terrorism; their motivations and targets; the attacks against the United States; strategies currently used to control and prevent terrorism; and the prospects for the future.