Counter-terrorism courses offer students unique learning opportunity
Students at the University of Utah were thrust onto the front lines to see how they will respond to five different terrorism scenarios. Scenarios that are all too familiar in today's world, including a shooting at a major college campus and a bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Jordan.
"Instead of just learning about it in a book, writing a paper, it put the reality into it, and in a way the humanity into it. How would I really react in this decision when it's actual lives on the line," said Deba Masterson, graduate student in the MIAGE program. Keep reading.