INT 340 Structured Analytic Techniques

This course focuses on understanding how analytical platforms can be used to assist the intelligence, law enforcement, corporate, or government analyst. You will become familiar with the capabilities of a wide variety of analytical techniques as well as utilizing select techniques to ingest data and conduct complex analysis and product creation. This course is designed to promote educational outcomes expected at the undergraduate level.

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

Conduct research on critical thinking, ethics, and structured analytic techniques.

Identify particular threats and risks to logic and analysis.

Understand and apply structured analytic techniques.

Understand ethical principles.

Present well-reasoned and researched findings.

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