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2021 - 2022 University Catalog 
    
2021 - 2022 University Catalog
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SEC 451 - Intelligence in War, Business, and Law Enforcement


Prerequisites: Permission of instructor
This course familiarizes students with the basics of intelligence as a tool of decision making in three disciplines: national security, business, and law enforcement. Students will learn common intelligence principles and practices for each discipline, as well as departures from those commonalities and expected outcomes from the use of intelligence. Although this is a survey course, students will be given exposure to practical issues of intelligence where they will learn to judge the effectiveness of practice and development of intelligence.

3 credits

Fall



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