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Graduate Catalog 2013-14

CJ 521 Terrorism/Counterterrorism

Using a case-study approach, this course examines the evolution of contemporary terrorism, both domestic and international, as a criminally violent tactic used to achieve political or social goals. Included will be a focus on individuals and groups, their motives and tactics, and how government and law enforcement have responded through investigation, prosecution, and punishment. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration and Policy program. (3)

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