2011 - 2012 General Catalogue 
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2011 - 2012 General Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

AFS 470 . National Security Policy (3)

A study of the evolution and structure of and processes involved in American national security policy formulation and implementation. The organization, function, and authority of the various governmental bodies with respect to national security decision making are covered. Historical and current involvement of the military with national security concerns is addressed. Regional studies include the CIS, the Middle East, and Latin America. Speaking and writing proficiency are required for a passing grade in this course. Three hours lecture and a one and one-half hour lab per week. Offered fall semester only. Prerequisites: AFS 360 . Corequisites: AFS 401  Leadership Laboratory.