INT 680 Operational Concepts and Planning (Targeting)

Intelligence target packages are centralized collections of research that provide information and analysis to support the monitoring, the acquisition, and/or the neutralization of a threat. This course will teach students how to prepare target packages on personnel and inanimate targets for use in military, national, and competitive intelligence sectors, to evaluate target packages to predict future threat activities, and to provide cogent recommendations to decision makers based on target packages.

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

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

Prepare target packets for personnel and inanimate targets for use in military, national, and competitive intelligence sectors.

Evaluate target packets to predict future target activities. 

Provide cogent recommendations to decision makers based on target packets.

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