The subject equips the student with an understanding of intelligence in the national security context. Key principles such as critical thinking and various structured analytical thinking tools are introduced to assist students to develop greater current and strategic intelligence analysis capabilities in the national security context. Students are encouraged to develop a sound appreciation of the national security context, including the roles of various agencies in the National (Australian Intelligence Community), and those of the Canadian, New Zealand, US and UK. Contemporary legislation and key professional debates about intelligence are explored (including the politicisation of intelligence and intelligence failures). This subject places intelligence in its workings in the national security context by discussing links between intelligence doctrinal issues and their relevance to the global and transnational security agenda.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
The following table summarises the assessment tasks for the online offering of JST493 in Session 1 2019. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated and can also differ to suit the mode of study (online or on campus).
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: July 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.