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Sociology - CE

SOC 045 – INTELLIGENCE/NATIONAL SECURITY

Course Objective:
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. demonstrate an understanding of the overall intelligence process and specific issues in each step of the process;
2. explain the role intelligence plays in the formation of government policies;
3. cite the strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of US intelligence; and
4. examine the moral and ethical issues in intelligence and the future of the US intelligence community.

SOC 046 – Japanese American Experience and Identity

View the cultural stream that originated in ancient China, traveled through Japan and ultimately flowed to the American cultural maelstrom. Discuss origins, creation myths, ancient Chinese history and philosophies, European and American imperialism, wars and Japan's rapid modernization.

Course Objective:
1. demonstrate an understanding of the origins of the Japanese,
2. describe the influence of China's history and philosophies on Japan,
3. explain the modernization of Japan and its emergence as a world power,
4. discuss the roles of America and Japan in WWII, and
5. discuss the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.

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