CRJ 412 International Terrorism Summer II 2017
Dr. Jeffeory G. Hynes, Ed.D. Page 2
This course provides the student with a systematic examination of the structural, organizational and political characteristics that affect the topic of international terrorism. Learning Goals
At the completion of this course, students will be able to: provide you with understanding & knowledge of the Homeland Security Issue from both an international and international perspective and the many facets associated within law enforcement profession.
1. Be able to describe international threats from both political and religious perspectives
2. Explain the philosophical concepts associated with the will to harm individuals in large numbers
3. Identify & discuss the multiple theoretical approaches to defending against international threats and examine historical significance of past events
4. Explain international threats as they apply in today’s world
5. Be able to describe the history of terrorist events and, through weekly reading and postings, explain the historical progression of international terrorist events
6. Explain international threats as they apply in today’s world regarding the Middle East, Africa, Central and East Asia.
7. Be able to describe the history of terrorist events and, through weekly reading and postings, explain the historical progression of international terrorist events concerning Europe, North and South America.
8. From a futurist perspective, explain in detail, through discussions, research and postings, a specific application of preventative measures against international security threats
9. From a futurist perspective and from postings and class presentations, explain how the world is more secure post-9/11 from a threat perspective
10. From a futurist standpoint, explain the role of being a “leader in a changing threat environment” as it relates to solving short and long-term dynamic issues facing the international community