ST 8510: Psychology/Behavior Intelligence for Homeland Security

2 Credits

Political, psychological, sociological, and economic foundations and dynamics of both terrorism and homeland security. Contemporary debates over terrorism, counterterrorism, and homeland security. Students develop their own (informed) perspectives.

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B+ Average (3.399)Most Common: B+ (32%)

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    Recommend
  • 3.47

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    Effort
  • 4.52

    /5

    Understanding
  • 4.35

    /5

    Interesting
  • 3.63

    /5

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