CJ 330 Terrorism 3 Cr.
In this course, students examine the critical issues of domestic and international terrorism. The phenomenon of terrorism is analyzed from varying theoretical and empirical perspectives. Topics include terror organizations/networks, ideology, motives, tactics, and propaganda. Attention is also given to terrorism research trends, current events, and future implications. Prerequisite: CJ 101, grade of C or higher. (Annually).
Residential Programs Catalog
Professors William Clements and Penny Shtull; Associate Professors Elizabeth Gurian (Associate Director), W. Travis Morris (Director); Assistant Professors Matthew Fischer, Connie Hassett-Walker, Stephanie Maass, Robert VandenBerg; Lecturer Anne Buttimer. David Sem (Internship Coordinator)