GO106 Introduction to Security Studies This course examines the role and scope of
contemporary global security. It underscores the theoretical approaches to international relations and how those approaches influence decision making. This course emphasizes key concepts that underpin all global security challenges. This course discusses the impact of security challenges from global, national, societal, and individual perspectives. Security challenges are examined in reference to each other and in their impact upon civil liberties. Finally, this course covers the role politics plays in deciding what security means, and who benefits (or suffers) from government intervention.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
GO106 – Introduction to Security Studies is equivalent to:
Please contact your school counselor if you have a question about the equivalency for this course.