Our New Counterterrorism Online Courses
in the news almost daily. Preventing terrorism is vital to both our national security
and homeland defense. Counterterrorism is a proactive, intelligence driven,
tactical process with the central goal of the prevention of terrorism. Rose
State College’s counterterrorism courses were developed to educate students,
local/state employees, employers, scholars, first responders, business
employers, and employees, as well as, average citizens to have a better
understanding of terrorism and its prevention. Through our courses you will learn
how analysis, intelligence, and investigative operations come together to
College will offer a series of college credit courses in counterterrorism that
will ultimately become a degree path in the criminal justice program. These eight week courses are all online with the first two classes
beginning in January in the spring semester, and the other two beginning in
March. You can earn an Associate of Arts
degree in Criminal Justice, with an option in Counterterrorism by taking all
four courses, plus the other required courses for this degree.
courses will also be offered as a non-credit online course, through the Rose
State College Community Learning Center.
Who are our
courses designed for?
Students who are interested in
the following majors or fields:
Employees/employers especially in
the following areas:
Courses-Credit and Non-Credit
Counterterrorism 1113 Introduction to Counterterrorism
Counterterrorism 1213 Introduction to
Counterterrorism 1513 Intelligence and
Counterterrorism 2123 Domestic Terrorism Threat
Additional Counterterrorism courses will be added later in 2015.
for our Online Credit and Non-Credit Classes.
For more information please call (405) 736-0374.