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    Neumann University
  Dec 17, 2017
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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INTEL 301 Strategic/National Security Intelligence Analysis

3 Credits

The use of force in international politics is examined in this course. Areas of study include the use of peacekeeping forces by the United Nations, the use of force by terrorists, as well as the use of American forces in such places as Somalia, Lebanon, various Middle Eastern states, and the Balkans. During their studies, students examine the planning, research, and diplomatic efforts that precede the use of military force. This course also explores the military intelligence system, particularly as that system identifies and analyzes threats, both real and perceived, to the security of the United States. Students are also required to become experts in a particular area of the world, including the language, culture, political systems, economic systems, geography, factors that impact political and economic stability, natural resources, as well as the military strength of the countries in the region.

Prerequisite(s): INTEL 200  (with a minimum grade of B).

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