Intelligence and National Security

Course Prefix: 
IP
Course Number: 
353
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to the process of national security decision-making in the United States with a special emphasis on the role of intelligence in formulating policy. Included is an historical overview of national security politics and practices since World War II, a description of major institutions and processes in national security policy-making, and a survey of significant national security problems and their changing nature in the 21st century. Prerequisite: sophomore or departmental permission.

Events

Aug
31
August 31
11:30 AM
Wednesday August 31, 11:30am
Christ the King Chapel, 3rd Floor Admin Bldg.
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