sec451 | undergraduate
Global Security Issues
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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International Crime and International Police Organizations
- Explain the influence of weapons proliferation on global security.
- Compare the role of public security organizations to private security organizations in a global setting.
- Explain the influence of international crime on global stability.
Economic and Environmental Influences on Global Security
- Explain the security ramifications and influence of economic disparity and global trading systems.
- Compare the link between national security and natural resources.
- Determine whether environmental policy influences international security.
Emergent Trends in Global Security
- Identify emergent global themes affecting security.
- Compare the effect of globalization on the security apparatus.
- Explain the influence of globalization on domestic security policy.
Geopolitical Influences on Globalization
- Define globalization.
- Describe geopolitical influences on global security policy.
- Compare differences between state and non-state actors.
Influence of Social Unrest on Global Security
- Explain the balance between human rights and social unrest.
- Compare the linkages of social unrest in facilitating extremist and terrorism ideologies.
- Determine the security considerations affecting humanitarian programs.
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