2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin

SEC 333 Intelligence and Counterintelligence: Public and Private Practices

3 hours 

Intelligence is a product of the gathering, processing, assimilating, examining, evaluating, and interpreting information from open-source and/or confidential methods and sources. Intelligence is fundamental to the public and private security sectors. This course covers intelligence collection, analysis, and dissemination tactics from human, technical and open sources and the laws and policies that govern these tactics. This course further explores the intelligence community in the U.S. and intelligence agencies abroad, looking in particular at their structure, agencies, organizational cultures, and practices, and the challenges that the intelligence community faces. Special attention will be paid to counterintelligence practices.




ENG 201; SEC 1XX, 220