CBTA-517 Bioterrorism
Spring for 2017-2018
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Bioterrorism examines the use of biological and other weapons by terrorists groups to promote their aims, and the response to these acts. The first section of the online course explains terrorism in its modern form, and why the use of these weapons is more likely today. The second part presents the major biological and other weapons thought most likely to be used. The third section discusses techniques to use these weapons, and the last part will discuss the techniques to prevent and reaction to these weapons. The specific objectives for this course are: 1. Explains terrorism in its modern form, and why the use of biological weapons is more likely today. 2. Presents the major biological weapons thought most likely to be used. 3. Discuss techniques to use these weapons 4. Discuss the techniques to prevent and control the effects of these weapons.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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