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EMGT: EMGT 320

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EMGT 320 Terrorism

The Bellevue University Library provides various types of print and electronic resources to support EMGT 320 (Terrorism). The links below will connect you to materials for each week, as well eBooks from the library collection, and journal articles from the library databases.  Also relevant streaming videos from both the library databases and the Internet are provided. Click on the links below to access these resources. You will be prompted for your BU login if you are off campus.

E-Books 

These electronic books can be accessed directly from this LibGuide by clicking on the title

Journal Articles

Scholarly articles from the Bellevue University Library databases. Click on the title to link to the full text

Websites

Useful websites related to EMGT 320 are listed.

Videos

Videos from library databases, as well as those freely available on the web, are included.

This course examines the history, causes, methods, and tools of terrorism which will enable students to critically assess terrorism and terrorist incidents.  The course will also cover emerging terrorist threats and counter-terrorism techniques.  Prerequisites:  Acceptance into the Emergency Management (EMGT) accelerated degree completion program.  (4 credits).