The Counterterrorism Certificate examines American counterterrorism policy at home and abroad, including intelligence policy, enemy threat doctrine, and national security strategy in a historical and cultural context. Students who complete it are prepared for careers in intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement, and the military.
- IWP 659 Al-Qaeda's Enemy Threat Doctrine
- IWP 610 Counterintelligence in a Democratic Society
- IWP 669 Counterterrorism and the Democracies
- IWP 633 Terrorism
Elective courses (choose one)
- IWP 640 Cultural Intelligence for Strategy and Analysis
- IWP 670 Peace Through Development: Deterring Terror and Building Alliances
- IWP 641 Political Warfare: Past, Present, and Future
- IWP 637 Public Diplomacy and Political Warfare
- IWP 644 Spies, Subversion, Terrorism and Influence Operations
- IWP 632 U.S. Intelligence in the Cold War and Beyond
- IWP 616 U.S. National Security Strategy and Emerging Threats
- IWP 664 Foundations of Homeland Security
- IWP 673 Human Rights and Counter-Radicalization
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