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DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism

This course is an in-depth historical look at terrorism and its origins, types and history that will provide the student with the knowledge necessary to understand the background of yesterday and the evolution of terrorism today. Religions and nations are covered in the investigation of terrorism, its many different factions and their relationships. Discussions will explore the kinds of efforts being expanded around the world to find ways to deter or discover terrorism and find other ways to deal with it. Students will examine what the future of terrorism might be in the 21st Century.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring
Credits: 3.00

Full Session
ASession
12Weeks
OTerm
Jun 20 to Aug 1
Online E Learning - 1 class available
Dl Online
CLASS# TIMES DAYS DATES ROOM PROFESSOR
41414------06/20 - 08/01---McauliffeMore Info
Textbooks
Syllabus
DSC1002 Introduction to Terrorism (41414) Summer 2019

Required Textbook

Homeland Security

HOMELAND SECURITY
Author:Gaines
ISBN:9780134549170
Publisher:Rent Pears
Edition:2ND 19
Rent:$53.99 New
$53.99 Used
E-book:$69.99
E-book rental:$39.99
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Room: OnlineProfessor: Mcauliffe

Online class. Computer & Internet access required. Log in to Canvas as soon as the term begins to access your course https://online.seminolestate.edu Students who do not log into their course by the end of add/drop may be withdrawn from the class. Simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. Students must engage in an academically related activity and provide weekly activity reports.

Altamonte Springs - no classes available
Heathrow - no classes available
Oviedo - no classes available
Sanford / Lake Mary - no classes available

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