This course examines intelligence analysis and its indispensable relationship to the prevention and mitigation of terrorist attacks, other kinds of man-made disasters, and natural disasters. The course explores key public and private-sector vulnerabilities in our national defense and homeland security infrastructures from an intelligence and counter-intelligence standpoint. Students will be exposed to and will discuss substantive management issues regarding the U.S. and international intelligence communities and how their roles and operations support the homeland security endeavor.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|CJS 251 - Introduction to Homeland Security|