POL 333 U.S. National Security Issues: Threats, Challenges, and Solutions, 3 credits
This course presents an overview of the key national security issues facing the United States. Topics covered include threats from international terrorism, global economic changes, environmental issues, and/or other issues that may arise in the global system and threaten the United States. This course will analyze the effectiveness of competing national security strategies to manage or solve national security issues that confront the United States.
Prerequisite: HIS 221 and POL 222. Previously offered as POL 323. Students may not receive credit for both POL 323 and POL 333.