INT 551 Double Agents, Denial, and Deception

This course defines double agents and illustrates their importance in counterintelligence operations. It examines historically significant double agent cases and deception operations, as well as, the underlying precepts and principles for deceptions to be effective. The course examines strategic Denial and Deception (D & D) as used by various countries. The student will participate in an interactive exercise to apply deception concepts and principles to a real world problem.

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

Apply methods and procedures unique to the development and use of double agents in clandestine operations.

Distinguish between various intelligence deception techniques and modalities in field operations. 

Conceptualize and plan realistic operations using deception techniques and modalities. 

Understand and apply deception techniques in different hostile environments and Employ accurate, brief, and clear English prose. 

Demonstrate techniques for clear writing and constructive editing. 

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