The Role and Importance of Human Intelligence

Humint, 180x190IWP 668
Four credits 

The course is an introduction to all aspects of Human Intelligence, from its basic operational tradecraft to its place in modern national security policy. The course will put HUMINT in its place among other intelligence disciplines and provide the student with a basic grounding in the principles of recruiting and handling human sources. The course will also look at the contemporary challenges to conducting human intelligence operations.

Semester Available

Fall Semester

Special Note

Prof. John Sano is teaching this course in Fall 2016.

Principal Professor

   Luis Rueda
Professor; Independent Contractor; Former Senior Intelligence Officer {read more}