2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
    Sep 25, 2020  
2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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INT 250I - Security, Technology and Threat Assessment, 3 credit hours


Notes: Open to seniors with instructor permission. This course is not open to entering freshmen. Students will have the option to use second language skills to
research selected assignments.

This introduction to security analysis will provide an overview of security threats ranging from the traditional definition focused on war to an enlarged conception of human security and existentialist threat assessment encompassing a broader range of issues including the environment and health. Attention will be directed at the challenges of managing complex interdependent systems of governance and associated risks of information analysis under conditions of advancing technology. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the overlap in types of security threats, the importance of applying different perspectives and related information and management issues which arise in developing appropriate responses.



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