SEC 700 Advanced Strategic Security and Analysis and Critique

This course is designed to introduce various advanced analytical social science methods and theories applicable to the human intelligence field. It challenges the student to critique analyses by well-known scholars. A number of classic studies will be examined in detail with the intent of assisting the student in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of analytical methods used.

This course is offered in the following degree programs:

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Analyze and evaluate classic  scholarly works that contribute  to ways of thinking about  violent conflict and hence  human intelligence issues.

Place strategic security issues into the context of higher levels  of abstraction.

Demonstrate an ability to  critique the works and methods  of well-known scholars or  professionals.

Evaluate and discuss the issues  presented by current events  and developments.

Construct models that clarify  global and regional events and  highlight issues that have  bearing on the construction of  effective strategic security  policies.

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