Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's a great down and dirty overview of the modern history of terrorism. The course covers the different types and employment methods that are common in terrorist activities and ties well to fire service.
Growing up professionally in the fire service, my department never had any emphasis on terrorism or how to respond. Perhaps I was the product of days gone, but now nearly every department should have procedures and training in attack response. When people don't know who to call for help, the default is the fire department. This course does really well in highlighting the importance of have a fundamental understanding of response in different scenarios.
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Advice for students:
Take the time to really get into the textbook. Some weeks had a lighter reading load and the assessments could be completed by simply skimming through a chapter or two. Just read it, in today's world, the information in that book could save your life or your crew.