CRIM 310: Introduction to the Intelligence Community

CRIM 310-DL2: Intro Intelligence Community
(Spring 2021)

04:30 PM to 07:10 PM T

Online

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Section Information for Spring 2021

This course introduces students to the structure, function, and process of the intelligence community including the basic skills in writing, research, and presentation used in the intelligence professions.  The course includes aspects of traditional intelligence, military intelligence, intelligence used in law enforcement and investigations, and business intelligence.  The course will focus on intelligence and security issues, the functions of the intelligence world including intelligence collection; espionage; counterintelligence; information management; critical thinking; and decision-making.  The course also covers such issues as jurisdiction, legal boundaries, ethics, and the emerging challenges that intelligence professionals will face in the future.  In this course students will learn about the roles and history of strategic intelligence and will gain a better understanding for the use of intelligence to carry-out foreign policy and business objectives.

CRIM 310 DL2 is a distance education section.

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Introduces students to the structure, function, and process of the intelligence community including the basic skills in writing, research, and presentation used in intelligence analysis. Required for all intelligence analysis minors. Limited to three attempts.
Schedule Type: Lecture

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