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2012 May Semester
ISS 688/Lecture/1 - Understanding Homeland & Intern. Sec | Credits 3.000
This course explores the intersections between homeland and international security and the implications of these connections for preparedness. Second, the course explores why traditional strategic tools such as "deterrence and dissuasion" have been supplanted by not just the Department of Homeland Security, but new instruments such as U.S. Northern Command and a litany of cooperative networks designed to preserve U.S. national security. Third, the course explores a wide range of topics such as the effectiveness of government response to potential and actual threats of terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, cyber threats, and border threats to the homel and. 3 Credits Prerequisites: None

Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Davis, John
Duration 5/21/2012 - 5/26/2012
Schedule MTWTHF  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM;  Trinity, Main, Room 251
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Credit Types Audit Continuing Education Graduate Credit Pass No Pass Tell Credit Transfer Credit Undergraduate Credit Workshop Credit
Class 25 Seats | 22 Remaining

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  Trinity Washington University250
Program  Graduate00
College  Sch of Prof. Studies250
Department  Internat Secur Stud253
Curriculum  Internat Secur Stud250