3. Learning Outcomes

Knowledge & Understanding (Theory Component)

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  1. Develop the relationship between technology, criminals and terrorists.
  2. Appraise models of security technology.
  3. Evaluate differences between criminals and terrorists.
  4. Assess technology, police and security agencies in Asia.
  5. Debate the use of technology in state enforcement.
  6. Compare security technology in Southeast Asia.
  7. Distinguish "first generation" and "new generation" security technology.
  8. Debate the idea of social media and its impact on security.
  9. Evaluate energy, environment, health and food security technology.
  10. Compare terrorist financing, cyberspace and cybercrime.

Key Skills (Practical Component)

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  1. Contrast the state, criminals and technology.
  2. Apply security studies concepts to seminar discussions.
  3. Interpret work-based problems with concepts in security studies.
  4. Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science).