INTL652 Terrorism: Assessing the Past to Forecast the Future (3 semester hours)

This course will expose the students to a variety of counter-terrorism intelligence methodologies and analytic tools, and extensive academic, government, policy literature on the challenges, opportunities, and assumptions related to forecasting terrorism. The course will provide students with the analytic capability to understand the types of terrorist threats that are most likely to confront the U.S. and its allies, in addition to challenging students to evaluate the efficacy and impact of prediction-based efforts in counter-terrorism intelligence.

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...NanoCert Requirements (9 semester hours) INTL650 Counterterrorism INTL652 Terrorism: Assessing the Past to Forecast the...