Course Subject
UPADM-GP
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Course Number
430
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Course Credit
4
points

Intelligence and National Security Policymaking

Course Description

Whether as an action agency or a source of analysis or raw material, the intelligence community is a key but little understood participant in the policymaking cycle. This course introduces students to the contemporary intelligence community and its role in shaping US national security policy, providing students with a hands-on appreciation of the role of intelligence through participation in class simulations of case studies of national security policymaking. 

Prerequisites

None

Semester
Spring

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