PSS4298 Global Security: Issues, Policy & International Terrorism

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Wilton Gleaton

Course Description:

This course will provide students with concepts of security studies and consider contemporary security issues and challenges. Students will discuss concepts of security studies and current security issues. Students will analyze international terrorism through the identification of terrorist groups, tactics, the examination of responses terrorist incidents, and discuss methods mitigate international terrorism.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Global Security: Issues, Policy & International Terrorism will discuss the biblical values of security and human dignity through freedom, religious opportunity, and Christian beliefs.

Why This Course Is Important:

Global Security: Issues, Policy & International Terrorism will develop the student’s knowledge of the security challenges impacting the United States changing social and political environment at a local, national, and global level. Students will discuss policy through policy development exercises. Students will identify and discuss international terrorist organizations, tactics, examine responses to terrorist incidents, and methods to mitigate international terrorism.