INT 476 Intelligence Collection

This course teaches various categories of intelligence gathering and surveillance, including the background and history of contemporary surveillance devices, proper procedures for using surveillance devices for intelligence gathering, and basic use of surveillance for purposes other than intrigue and spying. Students will gain an understanding of how to formulate and implement surveillance techniques legally and effectively in order to gather information within various categories of intelligence.

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

Research the capabilities and mission sets that different intelligence collection organizations can provide.

Evaluate the purpose and processes of intelligence collection and surveillance activities.

Assess which intelligence capabilities should be used to support specific mission sets in support to business, law enforcement, and military requirements.

Evaluate the statutory authorities and legal constraints of intelligence collection.

Write a collection plan that addresses real world requirements and events.

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