AIT 675: Overview of the National Intelligence Community
Course Information from University Catalog
Introduces structure and basic operations of the U.S. national intelligence community (IC). Students learn general information about organization, structure and missions of the IC and about the tools and techniques employed by intelligence agencies of the U.S. and other intelligence services. Surveys the range of intelligence problems and challenges, types of data and data collectors employed, and how information is processed, analyzed, and disseminated.
When Offered: Fall, Spring
Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3
Admission into the MS-AIT degree program or permission of instructor.