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Introduction to U.S. Intelligence and National Security Studies - Social Studies Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE)

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Introduction to U.S. Intelligence and National Security Studies Course Curriculum Map​

​Sample Lesson 

Unit 1

Sample Unit  What is U.S. Intelligence? 

Unit 2

Sample Unit   The Basic Roles & Functions of the Intelligence Field 

Unit 3

Sample Unit  Exploring the Basic “INTs”

Unit 4

Sample Unit  Exploring the Other Sources and Types of Intelligence 

Unit 5

Sample Unit  Analysis, Collection, and Information Sharing

Unit 6

Sample Unit  Exploring the Roles and Responsibilities of an Analyst 

Unit 7

Sample Unit  Counter Intelligence and National Security 

Unit 8

Sample Unit  Ethics and Morality in the Intelligence Field 

​Student Resources​

U.S. Intelligence Careers

Agency Specific Student Opportunities

Course in the News 

Georgia Adds High School Coursework in Intelligence: The first-of-its-kind curriculum will present foundational knowledge of intelligence, setting the stage for possible careers in the field.

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