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CRIJ 3340. Homeland Security. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

An in-depth study of strategic, legal, policy, operational, and organizational issues associated with the defense of the U.S. homeland from foreign and domestic terrorist threats. Topics include psychology of mass movements, terrorists' ideology, religion and terror, legal issues in homeland security, weapons of mass destruction, effective interfacing between local, state, and federal agencies, emergency management operations and dealing with mass casualties.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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...CRIJ 3300 Juvenile Delinquency CRIJ 3308 Comparative Criminal Justice CRIJ 3330 Community Corrections CRIJ 3340...

Criminal Justice

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...CRIJ 3310 Criminal Justice Supervision and Management 3 CRIJ 3315 Criminal Evidence 3 CRIJ 3340...

Social Sciences

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...3 CRIJ 3308 Comparative Criminal Justice CRIJ 3315 Criminal Evidence CRIJ 3340 Homeland Security CRIJ...

Chemistry, Geoscience, and Physics

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...CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 CRIJ...3330 Meteorology 3 EASC 3340 Oceanography 3 EASC...