HSM 108 - Introduction to Intelligence Processes
This course will provide a study of the United States government's intelligence community as well as an overview of the intelligence processes. This study will include a historical look at intelligence and some of its milestones. Discussed will be key terms, concepts and perspectives. Students will be exposed to the relationship of intelligence with law enforcement and homeland security and how some intelligence processes may be applied to emergency management and pre-incident planning.
Course Learning Outcomes
1.Describe the impact of intelligence on government operations.
2.Describe the sources of intelligence gathering systems.
3.Describe the steps in the intelligence gathering process.
4.Describe how intelligence processes or concepts can be applied to homeland security.
5.Describe current issues in government that are having an impact on the intelligence community.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Fall Semester 2018