Description: Developing a comprehensive knowledge of the use and practices of counterintelligence, especially in protecting homeland security and national security interests against foreign adversaries, is the primary focus of this course. Issues, strategies, and the legal framework that govern counterintelligence activities, as practiced by the U.S. and foreign governments around the globe, are highlighted. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2019 Spring 2020
Prerequisite: Junior Status or higher or pursuing a certificate within the Department of Public Administration and Justice Studies