ISS 125: Introduction to Intelligence Studies
Students will receive a broad overview of intelligence
gathering and analysis as practiced by agencies of the United
States government, to include its purpose, history and
potential benefits. The organizational makeup of the U.S.
Intelligence Community (IC); the laws, guidelines and ethics
pertaining to intelligence collection; and employment/internship
possibilities in the IC will also be presented. Finally, students
will be given an introduction to analytical procedures and
writing/briefing for policymakers.
- Lecture: Lecture for ISS 125
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for ISS 125
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