2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Nov 21, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog
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CJ 5970 - Intelligence and Security Policymaking

3 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum)

This course will survey the roles and functions of intelligence agencies in support of American policymakers and operations, including an introduction to the “intelligence cycle.” The course begins with a review of national-level intelligence entities, their evolution since 9/11, and the policymakers and departments they serve, before moving to intelligence, policymakers and executive agencies at the state and local levels. Intelligence support functions across a range of policy sectors will be examined, from tactical to strategic levels and current intelligence to long-term needs. Navigating the relationships and distance between intelligence agencies and policymakers to optimize the efficacy and integrity of intelligence support is a central topic, including oversight of intelligence. The course will also look at intelligence liaison and comparative intelligence systems. Prer., Graduate and nondegree graduate students only. Meets with PAD 5970.



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