TCT 600 Advanced Counterterrorism

This course will teach the student to understand the ideologies that grow to support jihad via terrorist acts. Students completing this course will be able to appraise and assess the potential of different forms of terrorist attacks. The course examines fundamentals of Islamic jihad, a case study based off of the Beslan terrorist attack, a look at potential future areas of concern, as well as countermeasures, and contingencies against future attacks.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Identify and discuss theories and threats of terrorism that exist. 

Classify various psychological traits and ideologies into current accepted terrorist classifications.  

Explain how terrorist operations are conducted.

Identify examples of terrorism as a means of predictive analysis.

Discuss countermeasures to preventing terrorist activities. 

Describe and evaluate the concept future terrorist activities.

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