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CRIM-2470 - Constitutional Issues in Homeland Securi

Students receive an in-depth overview of laws, policy, strategy, organization and plans for dealing with various natural, accidental and premeditated threats to homeland security. Review of the respective and relative roles and responsibilities of government and non-governmental agencies and individual citizens for U.S. national security. Students will discuss various policy and strategy issues, including balancing security and civil liberties, information sharing and protection, the USAPATRIOT Act and the United States Defense Authorization Act.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
CRIM-Criminal Justice
Department
Criminal Justice
Credits
4.5
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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