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Fall 2022
Jun 01, 2023
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CMR 560 - Intelligence and National Security
This course focuses on the craft of U.S. Intelligence and its role in the making and implementation of national security.  Topics include definitions and problems of Intelligence and National Security; various aspects of Intelligence and National Security; and significant past, present and future events, operations and implications involving Intelligence and National Security.  This course examines the concept, framework and applications of Intelligence and National Security, as well as, analyzes the relevant historical background and current national and international issues.  Formulation and implementation of strategic, national and operational-level policy will be addressed within the context of Intelligence and National Security.  The focus of the course will center on Intelligence and National Security and related national and international security issues.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Public & International Affairs Department

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