US INTELLIGENCE: AN INTRODUCTION

COURSE OVERVIEW

NOV 2021

This course provides a broad overview of the roles, functions, activities and current issues facing the U.S. Intelligence Community. The class is specifically designed for government, military, academic, and contractor professionals working with the Intelligence Community but will be beneficial to anyone with an interest in U.S. Intelligence.

The course instructor, Mark Lowenthal, is the former Assistant Director of Central Intelligence for Analysis and Production and provides a lively commentary on real-world events.

The course will be hosted via Microsoft Teams on 18-19 November, starting at 0900 EST each day. Students must sign up by 5 November 2021*. Each student will receive course materials and log on information before the first day of class. The cost is $1,200 with a $200 **discount for military and students. You will be contacted by ISA to process payment after you register.

*Minimum of 17 students required for course.  Course attendees will not be charged if minimum number of students is not met.

**Discount will not automatically be applied based on represented status. Subject to verification or with a .mil or .edu email address.

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