ST 8511: Public Policy

1 Credit

Key policies in the U.S. addressing safety and security of citizens, institutions, and systems. Complex network of actors/organizations involved in S&T and security-related areas and their multiple objectives and values. Legislative, policy, and organizational issues facing U.S. intelligence, business, academic, and S&T communities. Students reflect on how these issues relate to their own professional roles/experiences, as well as stakeholder communities with which they work. Consider a specific piece of security-related legislation/analyze associated policy problems and how they relate to security risks. Historical and contemporary examples used to illustrate related public policy questions.

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