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GEOG 597
Geospatial Intelligence Principles and Methods in the Cyber Domain
Map of city with one building in 3-D and a drone in the lower left corner

This special topic course focuses on applying the principles and methods of geospatial intelligence in today’s networked, distributed, and asynchronous world. Such an application of geospatial intelligence requires addressing problems from the perspective of social and technical choices which involve hardware, software, networks, data, and people. Participants in the course will apply the principles of geospatial intelligence, examine case studies of adversarial use of cyber, and apply methods and techniques to understand cyber capabilities considered threats to United States interests. The products of the course are a presentation and paper.

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Geospatial Intelligence
SyllabusGEOG 597 Syllabus

We offer over 30 courses in five 10-week terms each year: two every fall, two every spring and one every summer.