INT 560 Strategic Intelligence

This course provides an examination of how the President of the United States and national policymakers use Strategic Intelligence in  foreign  policy.  Upon completion of this course students will be able to describe and explain of the role strategic intelligence plays in United States foreign policy from both a historical and contemporary perspective.

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

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

Evaluate and manage various information sources and their relevance to strategic security and translate that information into actionable outcomes.

Perform sophisticated analysis and evaluations of possible threats through demonstrated technical expertise and application of conceptual skills.

Synthesize strategic leadership competencies specific to the program of study.

Operate and communicate effectively in all mediums, with the ability to work with stakeholders at the highest levels.

Appraise and apply issues of policy, reform, and ethics, integrating information literacy competencies.

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