- Class Dates
- 01/16/2024 to 05/03/2024
- Delivered By
- Online Synchronous
- Meeting Times
- Meets T, 07:05 p.m. - 09:55 p.m.
- Meeting Location
Terrorism and Transnational Security Issues
POLSC 814 - Class Number: 14167
Introduction to the general aspects of terrorism and counter-terrorism in order to build transnational security. The course examines these issues in terms of forms, causal factors, goals, and consequences. The main objective is to understand terrorism as part of new international security issues such as failed states, environmental degradation, demographic explosion and poverty, conflict in developing world, post-conflict reconstruction, income distribution, humanitarian emergencies, and globalization.
- Instructor Michael Tyburski's permission is required after 01/23/2024.
- Internet access
- Graduate standing
- Enrollment Dates
- 10/23/2023 to 01/16/2024
- Enrollment Limit
Enrollments received on or after the first day of class may be assessed a $65 special handling fee.
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