HLS580 Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security

This course enables the student to understand the importance of implementing counter-terrorism strategies on American soil while developing an appreciation for not only the individual rights guaranteed by the Constitution, but also the limits on governmental power. The student will review and analyze federal court decisions with an emphasis on the relationship between homeland security and American civil liberties. Upon completion, the student will be able to identify Constitutional issues relating to Homeland Security while considering important social, ethical and political implications.

Prerequisite: None

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