INT 511 Advanced Analytical Methods

Advanced forms of analysis require the analyst to adroitly handle information from a variety of sources and disciplines, weighing each according to its inherent strengths and weaknesses. Analysts must also know how to generate alternate scenarios for analytical and preparation purposes. Advanced analysis is the distillation of the intelligence product into information that can prepare leaders and policy makers for otherwise unexpected contingencies. This course teaches the finer points of advanced analysis, including how to present briefings geared to the context of the intelligence customer.

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