This course provides an in-depth examination of the history, emergence, and growth of domestic terrorist and extremist groups within the United States. Students will examine the impact of domestic terrorism on homeland security by exploring the overall phenomena of terrorism as well as the complex motivations, ideologies, goals, and tactics of domestic terrorism organizations.
Domestic Terrorism & Extremist Groups will enhance the students understanding and knowledge of homelands security operations. Attention is focused on militias, religious extremists, racial supremacist, hate groups, environmental organizations, and animal rights groups. Students will discuss political and socioeconomic factors that enable a terrorist group's ideological beliefs. Recruiting methods (e.g. prison radicalization and the role of the Internet) will be analyzed by students.
Students will learn how to apply principles of Christian values to homeland security management in future operations that they may face within this career field.
Domestic Terrorism & Extremist Groups directly affect biblical beliefs. Students will discuss how to address topics concerning &lsquo
In this particular course students will examine how to discuss God's word and the missional approach to individuals that may be involved in right-wing terrorist groups.
Students will examine methods within their local communities to enable them to develop ministry approaches for their local contexts. The acceptance and rehabilitation of former extremist members provides an opportunity for Christians to practice the essential Christian values.
Students will discuss cultural issues in relation to domestic and extremists' organizations. Students will utilize critical thinking to analyze methods to introduce culturally-appropriate missional and ministry practices.
Students will discuss actual and hypothetical domestic terrorism incidents. These discussions will also focus on how Christian beliefs and values can impact or effect the response of these incidents.