About This Intelligence Community Course
The U.S. Intelligence Community is a group of 18 civilian and defense government agencies and organizations that work separately and together to engage in intelligence activities necessary for the conduct of foreign relations and the protection of the national security of the U.S.
This course provides foundational knowledge about the Intelligence Community. You will learn about the origins and history of the Intelligence Community, which organizations and agencies are members of the Intelligence Community and what roles each of these organizations play in supporting the security of our nation.
This course is an opportunity to understand the Intelligence Community—its vital importance and mission and relevance in your life.
What You Will Learn
- Describe the high-level organization of the Intelligence Community
- Understand the history of the Intelligence Community
- Identify the mission and roles of each Intelligence Community agency (civilian and defense)
- Outline the primary responsibilities of each of the Intelligence Community agency (civilian and defense)
Who Should Take This Course
Anyone interested in learning more about the Intelligence Community—particularly, intelligence analysts working in either Federal government agencies or government contractor companies.
To achieve a course certificate of completion, you must score 80 percent or higher on graded lesson quizzes and a final exam.
Self-paced, online training course
Individual courses are $124.99 (per person)
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Continuing Education Unit Credits
This course provides .8 CEUs.