Intelligence and Technology (Pilot)


Department of Strategic Intel & Emerging Technologies I and T SIT 4761 Open Nomination Only Unclassified

Description

The Intelligence and Technology Course is designed to familiarize intelligence and SOF personnel with macro levels trends in technology, their potential impacts to the field of intelligence, and the challenges and opportunities for U.S. intelligence and special operations communities in adapting to those changes. It also examines the concept of a revolution in military affairs and posits whether the current changes amount to a revolution in intelligence affairs. Key factors in institutional adaptability are addressed and case studies of failures and successes will be considered.

Audience

· Primary – Special operations community and interagency partners assigned to and/or in direct support of joint and coalition special operations. More specifically, enlisted (E6-E9), officers (02-05), warrant (W1–W3), and government personnel (up to GG/GS 14) assigned to SOF operational elements, TSOCs, or title X force generation headquarters. All others are evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis · Secondary – Military and civilian officers from Interagency partners

Materials

The Course Manager will provide readings and other assignments in class and on the course e-Campus page available upon student's enrollment in Blackboard.

Pilot (17-Oct-2022 to 28-Oct-2022)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: N/A