Course Code: INTL646 Course ID: 4183 Credit Hours: 3 Level: Graduate
This course will provide an overview of transnational crime and narcotics and its effects on national security, political, social, and economic development of countries around the world. The focus of this class will be the proliferation and expanding influence of organized crime groups, the increasing links among crime groups, corruption, and links to terrorism from transnational crime and narcotics. This class will examine the diverse dimensions of transnational crime and narcotics in the context of increasing globalization and the exponential impact of technology advances
|Registration Dates||Course Dates||Session||Weeks|
|11/30/20 - 04/30/21||05/03/21 - 06/27/21||Spring 2021 Session I||8 Week session|
|12/28/20 - 06/04/21||06/07/21 - 08/01/21||Spring 2021 Session D||8 Week session|
|01/25/21 - 07/02/21||07/05/21 - 08/29/21||Summer 2021 Session B||8 Week session|
|03/29/21 - 09/03/21||09/06/21 - 10/31/21||Summer 2021 Session D||8 Week session|
|04/26/21 - 10/01/21||10/04/21 - 11/28/21||Fall 2021 Session B||8 Week session|
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
CO-1: Examine the connection between transnational crime, narcotics, corruption, and terrorism as a national security policy concern.
CO-2: Analyze the role of transnational crime, terrorism, and narcotics in the prolongation of conflict.
CO-3: Distinguish differences in the origin and impact of transnational crime, terrorism, and narcotics between the developing and developed world.
CO-4: Consider the impact of technology as a facilitator of transnational crime, terrorism, and narcotics trafficking.
CO-5: Assess policy options to combat transnational crime, terrorism, and narcotics trafficking.
The course grade is based on the following assessments:
Discussions – 20 percent
Case Study – 25 percent
Policy Paper – 30 percent
Final Assignment – 25 percent
All required readings are located under the weekly Content tab in the classroom.
|Book Title:||Various resources from the APUS Library & the Open Web are used. Please visit http://apus.libguides.com/er.php to locate the course eReserve.*|
Not current for future courses.