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Advanced Domestic Terrorism

Posted by cbuchanan on June 7, 2017 4:14 AM

This course will explore the phenomenon of domestic terrorism by directing the focus of the student on a single violent or potentially violent domestic extremist group, chosen by the student in consultation with the instructor. Students will develop a group history, create profiles of key members, identify allies and rivals of the group, pinpoint any […]

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Advanced Analytical Methods

Posted by henleyputnam on January 25, 2017 1:43 PM

Advanced forms of analysis require the analyst to adroitly handle information from a variety of sources and disciplines, weighing each according to its inherent strengths and weaknesses. Analysts must also know how to generate alternate scenarios for analytical and preparation purposes. Advanced analysis is the distillation of the intelligence product into information that can prepare […]

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Introduction to Sociology

Posted by cjdeleon on October 27, 2016 9:11 PM

This course provides an overview of the terminology, theories, and questions used by sociologists to study how groups, cultures, institutions, norms, and values all work to shape society and an individual’s perception of the world.

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Introduction to Psychology

Posted by cjdeleon on 9:07 PM

This course is the study of the facts, principles, research methods and theories of psychology. Students also review important aspects of the history of psychology as a field of study.

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Introduction to Ethics

Posted by cjdeleon on 9:05 PM

This course is an introduction to Ethics and analyzes and discusses issues of morality and moral knowledge such as the concepts of right and wrong, good and evil, and virtue in connection to well-known philosophers. Students focus on the overall discussion of ethics and study its subdivisions of moral philosophy: normative ethics, meta-ethics, and applied […]

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Problem Solving

Posted by cjdeleon on 9:03 PM

This course applies mathematical concepts to a variety of problems, to develop and improve technical, quantitative, and critical thinking skills in analyzing various types of issues.

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English Composition

Posted by cjdeleon on 8:59 PM

This course is designed to help students master the traditional five-paragraph essay along with its variations. Students will learn how to support a thesis with specific evidence and how to write an effective introduction, conclusion, and title. Students will learn how to develop the nine patterns of essay development. Throughout the course, students will review […]

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Introduction to Macroeconomics

Posted by cjdeleon on 8:53 PM

This course is designed for students who have an interest in money flow and financial issues in global markets. This course is designed to introduce the student to basic concepts in economics and to understand the cause and effect relationship between key economic concepts. The student develops skills in interpreting charts and graphs and to […]

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Introduction to Microeconomics

Posted by cjdeleon on 8:52 PM

This course is designed for students who have an interest in applied economics. This course is designed to introduce the student to basic concepts in economics and to understand the cause and effect relationship between key economic concepts. The student develops skills in interpreting charts and graphs and to analyze different viewpoints related to supply […]

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Intermediate Spanish, Part 2

Posted by cjdeleon on 8:48 PM

SPAN 202 is intended for students who have completed Spanish 201 or who test at the 1+/2 level of Spanish. This course aims to further develop the oral and written communication skills acquired in earlier classes and to broaden students’ understanding of the culture and study of Spanish-speaking regions. Students will have access to language […]

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