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Academic Exchange Program (AEP) - Instructors

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Below is a current listing of Professors who are teaching courses on Intelligence or Intelligence-Related Topics in U.S. Colleges or Universities

  • UG = Undergraduate Course
  • G = Graduate Course

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ADEMILUYI, Adegoke, BA, MA, PhD
Location: Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Dept: Government and History
Course: Man and the Environment; Regional, Economic, Cultural, Urban Geography
Frequency: 2011
Percentage devoted to intelligence:
Online syllabus: No

BARRETT, David M.
Location: Villanova University
Dept: Political Science

Course: CIA: The Early Years
Frequency: Spring 2007
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Online Syllabus

Course: U.S. Intelligence
Frequency: Spring 2007
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Online Syllabus

Course: National Security Policy
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 25%

BENNY, Daniel J. M.A., CPP, PCI, CFE, CCO
Professor/Director
Homeland Security Management & Intelligence
Location: Central Pennsylvania College
College Hill and Valley Roads
Summerdale, Pennsylvania 17093-0309
717 728-2247
Phone 717 732-5254 FAX

Course: 
Frequency: twice a year during each of the 4 terms.
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 50% Intelligence courses.

BA Degree in Intelligence
Other Intelligence Courses Which He Teaches...
National Intelligence
Business Intelligence
Fundament of Intelligence Analyst
Intelligence Analyst
Advanced Intelligence Analyst
Criminal Intelligence Analyst I
Criminal Intelligence Analyst II
Terrorism
Political Assassinations

BITTLE, William G.
Location: Kent State University at Stark
Course: Intelligence and National Security
Frequency: Every fall semester
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100% Online syllabus

BOBYS, Richard, S. PhD, and Hicks, Maurice P., MS
University of Maryland University College - online
Criminal Investigation – Undergraduate (3 hours)
An introduction to the concepts and methodologies used by criminal investigators to prevent and suppress crime and aid in the apprehension of criminal suspects. Topics include crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence; use of scientific aids, modus operandi, and sources of information; interview and interrogation; follow-up; and case preparation. Emphasis is on leadership and management to enhance investigative efforts. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

BOGART, Michael F., MS
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Intelligence Analysis – Undergraduate (3 hours credit)
An exploration of the U.S. intelligence process and the use of intelligence throughout the criminal justice system. Information is collected and evaluated and reports are created within realistic scenarios. Hands-on practice in using innovative software and analyst tools to conduct link analysis is provided. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

BONNER, John C., Jr.
Location: Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Course: Intelligence Systems

BOOTHE, L. Larry
Location: Utah State University
Dept: Political Science

Course: National Security Policy and the Intelligence Community
Frequency: Annually - Spring Semester UG
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus

Course: Leadership in Public Administration
Frequency: Annually G
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 50%
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus: Leadership 2004

BORENE, Andrew M., J.D.
612.817.8326
Lecturer - Topics in Foreign Policy and International Affairs
Location: Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs University of Minnesota
Course: US Intelligence Organization/Policy/Practice
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus

BOWMAN, M. E., M.A., J.D., LL.M.
International Law and Transnational Threats
George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs, Semester 2, 2008
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus

BRECKENRIDGE, James G.
Location: Mercyhurst College
Dept: Political Science

Course: Introduction to Research and Analysis
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Advanced Research and Analysis
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: History of Intelligence G
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

BRISTER, Tom
Location: Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109
Dept: Political Science
Office tel: 336-758-3996
Course: Intelligence and International Politics - Spring 2010 - POL252C
Terrorism and Political Violence
Percent intel: 50%

BUKOWSKI, Charles
Location: Bradley University
Dept: Institute of International Studies
Course: Intelligence in International Affairs UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

BURKETT, Randy
Location: Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
Dept: Department of Defense Analysis

Course: Human Intelligence Operations; HUMINT in Irregular Warfare; History, Theory and Practice of Interrogation
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: International Terrorism
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 30%

CLARK, Robert M., JD, PhD
University of Maryland University College (on-line)

Course: Intelligence Collection: Sources and Challenges – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
A study of the management challenges related to collecting intelligence for national security, law enforcement, and business purposes through case study analysis and planning exercises. Various problems with human source intelligence; open source intelligence; signals intelligence; imagery; technical intelligence; and the military's intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) approach are assessed. Discussion covers law enforcement and correctional sources and the integration of multi-sourced intelligence. Topics include how requirements drive collection efforts, the relationship between collection and analysis, and the costs associated with collection of intelligence.

Course: Intelligence Analysis: Consumers, Uses, and Issues – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
An examination of the intelligence requirements of various clients in government and the private sector. The various purposes of analysis—such as warning, policy planning, research and development, systems or product planning, support for law enforcement and correctional agencies, support for operational activities, and investment— are examined. Discussion covers managing analytical methodologies and techniques, as well as dissent in analyses, and understanding the reasons for failures. Case studies illustrate issues in analysis management. The conflict between intelligence analysts and decision makers at national and local levels is explored. (First offering – Summer 2011.)

Espionage and Counterintelligence – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
An examination of the vulnerabilities of the United States, allied countries, and private businesses to espionage. Discussion covers case studies of espionage against America, including economic espionage against U.S. technology and business. Topics include the roles, missions, and espionage activities of foreign intelligence services. Major threat groups are assessed, and management issues related to countering these threats are evaluated. U.S policy issues and the management challenges of interagency cooperation among local, state, and international sources and public-private partnerships are explored. (First offering – Summer 2011.)

CLINE, Lawrence E.
Location: American Military University
Course: Intelligence In Low Intensity Operations G
Frequency: Each Term
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

CONVERSE, Ray, MA, and Hollywood, John H., MS, MBA
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Legal and Ethical Issues in Intelligence – Undergraduate (3 hours credit)
An examination of ethical issues related to intelligence collection, the analytical process, and the use of force. Laws affecting the intelligence field are examined. Discussion also explores the strain of balancing the need for secrecy regarding intelligence activities with the need for oversight and the public's access to information. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

COSTANZA, William
Location: Marymount University
Dept: Forensic Psychology
Course: The Intelligence Community: Theory, Process and Challenges
Frequency: Annually
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Graduate

COSTELLO, Donald F.
Location: University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Dept: Dept. Of Computer Science and Engineering
, and at The MBA Program.

Course: Cryptography
Frequency: Annually
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Graduate

Course: Steganography
Frequency: Annually
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Graduate

Course: Computational Intelligence
Frequency: Annually
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Graduate

DAMON, Dennis
Location: Political Science Department 0404 University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Office Tel: 319-273-3144
Course: Terrorism
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 60%

DARBY, Joseph J.
Professor of Law
Location: University of San Diego School of Law
Acala Park, San Diego, CA 92110
Counterterrorism and the Law, Fall 2010
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

DUJMOVIC, Nicholas PhD
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer. School of International Service
Location: American University
Course: SIS-653 Topics in U.S. Foreign Policy: Issues in Intelligence
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

EDGER, David N.
Location: The University of Oklahoma
Course: Espionage, Diplomacy and Covert Action [PSC 3090] UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Course: Intelligence Process, Policy, and Management [PSC 5693] G
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Course: 21st Century Intelligence Challenges [PSC 3550] Case studies of WMD, CN, CT and emerging cyber threats. Looks at problems that are just over the horizon. G
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

ESSIG, Andrew M. PhD
Location: DeSales University, Center Valley, PA 18034
Dept: Political Science
Office Tel: 610-282-1100 x-1632

           International Law and Organization, Fall 2007 [taught by Professor Essig]
Online Syllabus Online syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

           Intelligence and Security, Spring 2012 [taught by Professor Essig]
Online Syllabus Online syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

           Criminal Justice-Terrorism, Course CJ-374, Fall 2013 [taught by Professor Essig]
Online Syllabus Online syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

           Political Geography, Course 313, Fall 2013 [taught by Professor Essig]
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

           American Foreign Policy, Course 315, Spring 2013 [taught by Professor Essig]
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

           Intelligence Analysis, Spring 2010 [taught by Professor Albert Sproule]
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

           Law in America, Spring 2010 [taught by Professor Jennifer Lynn Moore]
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

FISCHER, David
Location: San Francisco State University 1900 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132
Office Tel: 415-505-0325
Dept: International Relations
Courses: Intelligence and Foreign Policy
              Terrorism and Political Violence
Percent Intel: 40

FITSANAKIS, Dr. Joseph
Location: King College, 1350 King College Road, Bristol, TN 37620
Office tel: 423-652-6014
Dept: History and Political Science
Course: Espionage and Intelligence in the War on Terrorism; International Terrorism; Covert Action; History of Modern Espionage; Cold War: History and Politics; Advanced Topics in Geopolitics; American Politics After 9/11
Percent intel: 60
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Undergrad

GAY, Commander Toni
Location: US Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT 06320
Dept: Intelligence Development Program
Course: Intelligence and Democracy; Intelligence and National Security Policy; Intelligence Collection/Analysis; Directed Studies in Intelligence
Frequency: Each term
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Undergrad

GATES, Mitchell
Location: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide (Anchorage Campus)
Course: Studies in Intelligence I (SCTY 315)  UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

GILFEATHER, Frank L., PhD
Location: University of New Mexico (Albuquerque)
Course or Department: National Security Studies Program
Frequency: annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

GREEN, William C.
Location: California State University, San Bernardino

Course: PSCI 590: Seminar in International Relations - Political Intelligence UG
Frequency: Annually
Online Syllabus in PDF: PSCI 590E: Political Intelligence
http://nss.csusb.edu/psci590home.htm

Course: PSCI 571: Organization of US Intelligence - UG
Frequency: Quarterly
Online Syllabus in PDF: PSCI 571

Course: PSCI 621: Strategic Intelligence - G
Frequenty: Annually
Online Syllabus in PDF: PSCI 621

HARRIS, Philip W. Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Ph.D. (Criminal Justice)
Location: Temple University
Department of Criminal Justice

HENRY, Vincent E.
Location: Long Island University / Homeland Security Management Institute

Courses: The Intelligence Function in Homeland Security UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Introduction to Homeland Security Management [HSM 500] 
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security Management [HSM 520] 
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Domestic and International Terrorism [HSM 530] 
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Homeland Security and the Private Sector [HSM 550] 
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

HULA, Kevin
Location: Loyola University, Maryland / Department of Political Science

Course: Strategic Intelligence and American Democracy; Intelligence and the Executive Branch
Frequency: Other
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Undergrad

Course: Intelligence and the Executive Branch
Frequency: Other
Undergrad or Graduate Level: Undergrad

JIMENEZ, David
Location: American Military University/Intelligence degree program

Course: Contemporary Intelligence Studies
Course: Criminal Intelligence Analysis
Course: Law Enforcement Intelligence Applications
Course: Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Course: International Criminal Organizations
Course: Law and Ethics in Intelligence
Course: Foreign Intelligence Organizations
Course: Introduction to Intelligence

Frequency: 3-4 times annually in eight week semesters Percentage devoted to intelligence: 50 to 100%

KIBBE, Jennifer D.
Location: Franklin & Marshall College [Lancaster, PA]
Course: U.S. Intelligence Since WWII - History, Structure and Controversies of the Intelligence Community  UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

KING, John W.
Location: Notre Dame College [Cleveland, OH]
Course: Introduction to Intelligence UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

KLINGHOFFER, Arthur
Location: Rutgers University
Dept: Political Science
Course: The CIA and American Intelligence UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

KUITERS, Richard
Location: Bergen Community College
Dept: Political Science
Author: Co-Authored PDR Response to Terrorism
Course: The Community Response to Terrorism  UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

Course: Weapons of Mass Destruction UG
Frequency: Each Term
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 20%

Course: Federal Law Enforcement Trainer  - available ONLINE as Distance Learning UG
Some of these courses are: Contemporary Issues in Policing and Criminal Investigation
Frequency: Annual - various courses for state/local officers
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 10%

LOWENTHAL, Mark M.
Location: Columbia University
Dept: School of International and Public Affairs
Course: Intelligence & Foreign Policy G
Frequency: annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

LURIA, Carlos
Location: Clemson University, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Clemson, SC
Course: Technology and the Spooks

MANTHORPE, William
Location: National Defense Intelligence College
Course: Leadership, Management and Coordination in the Intelligence Community
Frequency: annually G
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Online Syllabus AND all course materials available online

MARRIN, Stephen
Location: Brunel University, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Dept:  Politics and History
Course:  Intelligence and National Security
Frequency: Spring 2011
Percentage devoted to Intel:  100
Online syllabus: No

MASON, Harry E.
Location: University of Kentucky Graduate School
Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce
Course: National Intelligence
Frequency: annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Online Syllabi: 2009 Course;and International Intelligence Fall 2009.

MATTESON, Rande W. Ph.D., CFE
Saint Leo University - PO Box 6665 Saint Leo, FL 33574
Course: Homeland Security and Terrorism - UG
Course: Global Leadership - G
Ethics, fiscal budgeting, international criminal law

MOORE, Gregory, PhD
Notre Dame College
Dept: Center for Intelligence Studies
Course: Terrorism - UG
Course: Terrorism and Counterterrorism - G
Course: American Foreign Policy G
Course: Geopolitics
Frequency: Annually Undergrad or graduate level: Graduate

NORTON, Robert A., Ph.D.
Auburn Homeland Security Institute
Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Basic Intelligence Analysis - Undergraduate
Advanced Intelligence Analysis - Graduate
Science and Technology Related Intelligence Analysis

O'CONNOR, Tom
Location: North Carolina Wesleyan
Dept: Dept. of Justice Studies & Applied Criminology 3400 N. Wesleyan Blvd. Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Course: Intelligence Analysis
Frequency: Annually
Percent devoted to intelligence : 80% [some of it is crime-related]
Syllabus online at: http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/427/default.htm 
and here on AFIO website: Online Syllabus

O'Lear, Richard J., Lt. Gen. USAF, (Ret.), MA; Hollywood, John H, MS, MBA; and Fowler, Stephen M., MA
University of Maryland University College (on-line)

History of Intelligence and the U.S. National Intelligence Community – Undergraduate (3 hours)
A study of the role that intelligence gathering has played throughout history. Focus is on the U.S. national intelligence agencies and their individual and collective responsibilities with regard to intelligence. Topics include how and why the structure of the intelligence community failed in the days before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and whether the problems have been fixed. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

History of Intelligence and the U.S. National Intelligence Community – Undergraduate (3 hours)
A study of the role that intelligence gathering has played throughout history. Focus is on the U.S. national intelligence agencies and their individual and collective responsibilities with regard to intelligence. Topics include how and why the structure of the intelligence community failed in the days before the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and whether the problems have been fixed. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

OLESON, Peter C.
Location: University of Maryland, University College
Graduate School of Management and Technology

Course: Intelligence Management - M.S. in Management - G
- Managing Intelligence Activities - INMS 600
- Intelligence Collection, Sources and Challenges - INMS 610
- Intelligence Analysis - Consumers, Uses and Issues - INMS 620
- Espionage and Counterintelligence - INMS 630
- Intelligence-Led Law Enforcement - INMS 640
- Intelligence Management and Oversight - INMS 650
- Leadership Seminar - INMS 660
Online Syllabus Course Description

Course: Criminal Justice Intelligence - UG Certificate
School of Undergraduate Studies
- Criminal Investigation - CCJS 341
- History of Intelligence and the U.S. Intelligence Community - CCJS 411
- The Intelligence Cycle - CCJS 412
- Legal and Ethical Issues in Intelligence - CCJS 413
- Intelligence Analysis - CCJS 414
- Advanced Intelligence Anlysis - CCJS 415
Online Syllabus Course Description

Intelligence Management and Oversight – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
An examination of the relationships among intelligence organizations at the federal, state, and local levels, as well as with private corporations. Strategies for the management and control of intelligence activities—establishing policies, setting budgets, and conducting reviews—are examined. Discussion covers how intelligence oversight (including the roles and responsibilities of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government) works and how business intelligence activities are managed and overseen in the private sector. (First offering – Fall 2011.)

OLESON, Peter C., MA, and Converse, Ray, MA
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Managing Intelligence Activities – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
An introduction to management issues associated with intelligence activities in national and homeland security, law enforcement, and the private sector. Intelligence is evaluated from the perspectives of its consumers in government and business. Topics include the historical issues that led to extensive oversight of intelligence agencies and laws restricting their activities. Discussion also covers recent changes in national intelligence and current issues, such as the debate over security versus civil liberties and how to protect America from foreign espionage and exploitation.

PAYROW-OLIA, M.
Location: University of South Florida 
Course: International Terrorism UG
Frequency: Spring and Fall Semesters
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 15%
Online Syllabus

PETERSON, Marilyn B., MA, and Thompson, Terry L. PhD
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
The Intelligence Cycle – Undergraduate (3 hours credit)
An exploration of the collection, evaluation, collation, analysis, and dissemination processes in the intelligence cycle. A wide array of intelligence software tools are introduced. Topics include developing intelligence products. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

PIERRAGOSTINI, Karl K., PhD
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Advanced Intelligence Analysis – Undergraduate (3 hours credit)
An advanced examination of intelligence analysis for national, homeland security, and law enforcement applications. The causes of analytical failures (such as those that resulted in Pearl Harbor and 9/11) are explored. Practice in using critical thinking techniques—including target-centric modeling, decomposition of complex problems, hypothesis testing, and structuring an analysis—is provided. Discussion also covers the evaluation of sources of information, the influence of group dynamics and bias, effective communication of analytical results, and data mining and visualization techniques. (Part of the certificate in Criminal Justice Intelligence.)

PLATT, Rorin
Location: Campbell University
Course: History of American Intelligence UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

ROGERS, Gregory T., J.D.
Location: Point Park University, Intelligence and National Security Program, Offers B.S. and Post-Bacc.
Course: Intelligence and Security Principles [INTL 101]  UG
Course: Intelligence Tradecraft Techniques [INTL 102]  UG
Course: International Terrorism [INTL 103]  UG
Course: Recruitment, Preparation and Training of Terrorist [INTL 104]  UG
Course: Domestic Terrorism [INTL 105]  UG
Course: i2 Intelligence Analyst/Critical Thinking [INTL 301]  UG
Course: National Intelligence Authorities [INTL 302]  UG
Course: Critical Issues in Risk Communications [INTL 304]  UG
Course: Emergency Planning and Security Measure s [INTL 306]  UG
Course: Emergency Medical Services & Fire Operations [INTL 311]  UG
Course: Special Topics in Intelligence (Intelligence Failures) [INTL 395]  UG
Course: Current Issues in U.S. Security Policy [INTL 402]  UG
Course: Mass Casualty Management Planning [INTL 404]  UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: varies from 100% to 25%

SEALY, Michael
Location: University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Office Telephone: 412-963-5299
Dept: Security and Intelligence Studies
Course: The Intelligence Process – Fall 2010
Online Syllabus Online Syllabus

HUMINT Operations – Spring 2010
Percent intel: 100

SIMON, Sheldon
Location: Arizona State University
Dept: Political Science 
Course: National Security Analysis 
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 35%

SINGER, David J.
Location: University of Michigan
Dept: Political Science
Course: The Global System UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Course: War in World Politics G
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 5-10%

SMITH, Robert A., MA
Location: University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Dept: Intelligence Management Program
Courses:

Legal and Ethical Issues for Analysts [CCJS 413]
Frequency: annually
Level: Undergraduate

Intelligence Led Enforcement [INMS 640]
Frequency: Each Term
Level: Graduate

Criminal Justice Intelligence Systems and Approaches [CJMS 640]
Frequency: Each Term
Level: Graduate

SMITH, Jonathan
Location: Coastal Carolina University
Dept: Political Science
Course: Introduction to Intelligence Studies UG and G
Frequency: annually

SNYDER, William C.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
Institute for National Security and Counter-Terrorism
Syracuse University College of Law
Online Syllabi Online Syllabi for Two Courses: Prosecuting Terrorists in Article III Courts, Fall 2007, and Counterterrorism and the Law, Spring 2008

SONDERVAN, William W., EdD, and O'Lear, Richard J., Lt. Gen. USAF, (Ret.), MA
University of Maryland University College (on-line)
Leadership Seminar – Graduate MS (Management) (3 hours credit)
An analysis and assessment of leadership challenges within intelligence environments. Topics include ethical dilemmas of managing intelligence operations, analysis, and delivery of judgments. Case studies are evaluated. Assignments include a scholarly study of a problem or issue related to intelligence that comprises purposeful research, a literature review, writing, analysis, and the defense of conclusions and proposals. .(First offering – Spring 2012.)

SOO HOO, Tsung (Bill) Y.
New Jersey City University
Office Tel: 201-200-3502
Course: Seminar on National Security
Frequency:  Annual
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

STANTON, Louise, J.D., Ph.D.
U.S. Intelligence & Global Security
New York University, Political Science Masters Program, 2009

STEINER, James
Location: SUNY Albany Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
Dept: Political Science 
Course: Intelligence Analysis, Intelligence and National Security Policy G  
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

TALENTINO, Andrea K.
Phone Number: (973) 408-3424
Location: Drew University, Department of Political Science
Course: Intelligence and Covert Operations    UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Course: National Security   UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 20%

TOWNSEND, Omid
Location: University of West Florida
Course: Introduction to Intelligence Analysis UG and G
Frequency: Each term
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

VICKERS, Robert
Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dept: Political Science
Course: Intelligence and National Security UG
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%
Course: Intelligence: Practices, Problems & Prospects G
Frequency: Annually
Percentage devoted to intelligence: 100%

YANNAKOGEORGOS, Panayotis
Location:  Rutgers University
Dept:  Division of Global Affairs, Center for Law and Justice
Course:  Problems in International Relations:  Diplomacy and Intelligence
Frequency:  Fall 2008
Percentage devoted to intelligence:  50%
pdf Online Syllabus

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