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US National Security

Examines the nature of national and homeland security in the United States, including actors, institutions, and the impact of national security structures and behavior on the US and the world. Areas of concentration include the history of national security issues and concerns, changes in the post-9/11 world, homeland security issues, intergovernmental coordination and conflict, domestic and global implications of US policy, and both current and future challenges to US national security.

Credit Hours:
Course Number:
POLS 310
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