Certificate in Counterintelligence

The Certificate in Counterintelligence is designed to prepare domestic security officers to confront the vast array of threats, challenges, and problems facing the public at all levels in the post-911 world. Students must choose at least three electives for this certificate. Required Courses ·     IWP 605 Intelligence and Policy  ·     IWP 610 Counterintelligence in a Democratic Society Elective Courses (Choose three) ·     IWP 659 Al-Qaeda's Enemy Threat Doctrine ·     IWP 646 American Counterintelligence and Security for the 21st Century ·     IWP 647 Case Studies in Counterintelligence Operations ·     IWP 622 Comparative Intelligence Systems  ·     IWP 669 Counterterrorism and the Democracies ·     IWP 676 Defection Then and Now ·     IWP 631 Foreign Propaganda, Perceptions, and Policy ·     IWP 654 History of FBI Counterintelligence ·     IWP 644 Spies, Subversion, Terrorism, and Influence Operations ·     IWP 662 Surprise, Warning, and Deception ·     IWP 633 Terrorism  Photo: James Angleton, chief of the CIA's Counterintelligence Staff from 1954 to 1975, described CI as a "wilderness of mirrors." As required by the Department of Education, IWP is responsible for providing the following information about gainful employment with regards to this certificate. Please click here for more information.

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