George Mason University
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George Mason University

AIT 678: National Security Challenges

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Presents the process by which decision makers identify and prioritize intelligence problems and allocate collection and analysis resources to their solutions. Discusses nation-state issues such as Russia, China, and Iran, and transnational issues such as terrorism, weapons proliferation, narcotics and smuggling, and cyber conflict and the intelligence shortcomings and needs in regard to these problems.

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Presents the process by which decision makers identify and prioritize intelligence problems and allocate collection and analysis resources to their solutions. Discusses nation-state issues such as Russia, China, and Iran, and transnational issues such as terrorism, weapons proliferation, narcotics and smuggling, and cyber conflict and the intelligence shortcomings and needs in regard to these problems.

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Admission into the MS-AIT degree program or permission of instructor.

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