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Approved For Rase 2000/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06. 67A000100120014-2 ADVANCED INTELLIGENCE COURSE (AIC) Mission: The AIC is designed to enhance the preparation of selected military officers and key civilian personnel for important command, staff, and policy-making positions in the national, unified staff, and military departmental intelligence structure. Objectives: The three main objectives of the AIC are to prepare the student to: (1) manage or direct intelligence staffs, offices, and activities at the national, unified, and departmental levels; (2) develop and coordinate intelligence plans, policies, and programs with departmental and independent agencies of the U. S. Government; and (3) participate in inter-agency and joint/allied intelligence committees and working groups. Curriculum: (1) The course content is organized to emphasize the management aspects of intelligence activities rather than intelligence techniques and procedures per see The AIC curriculum is divided into the following 7 sub-courses: (a) The National Intelligence Community (b) The Management of Intelligence (c) Management of the Intelligence Process (d) Intelligence Staffs in Action (e) Command Use of Intelligence (f) Intelligence War Game (g) Intelligence Research Project (2) The AIC curriculum has been recognized by the School of International Service, The American University, Washington, D.C. for 6 hours of graduate credit toward a masterls degree of International Service in Intelligence E.ed.e9rch and Analysis. Methodology: All instruction is on the graduate level. Lectured by prominent guest speakers from the intelligence community, key government agencies, and higher educational circles constitute the basic core of the instructional program. Post-lecture conferences, seminars, field studies, and readings supplement the formal presentations. There are no formal examinations. Each studentZs progress is closely monitored by an assigned faculty advisor. Approved For Release 2000/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-06367A000100120014-2 Approved For Release 2000/08/31 : CIA-RDP78-063WA000100120014-2 Particibating Agencies: CIA, DIA, NSA, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Zen the 14 weeks. Schedi ,le: 19 February - 24 May 1968 Pre-requisites: (1) Grade: GS13 and above; 05 and above (2) Clearance: Top Secret; SI/SAO and Coast Guard. Approved For Release 2000/08/31 2 CIA-RDP78-06367A000100120014-2