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Intelligence Studies

INT 301 - Intelligence And National Security

Description: A comprehensive introduction to intelligence...what it is, who does it, and who uses it. Starting with a brief historical overview, students will explore the intelligence cycle; examine relationships and tensions between agencies, government leaders and policymakers; delve into issues of maintaining balance between the need for intelligence and the civil rights and liberties of the people; and discuss intelligence oversight. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Fall 2019 Spring 2020

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Prerequisite: Junior Status or higher