CC3000 Command and Control

No single activity in military operations is more important than C2! This course focuses on the fundamental theories of both command and control as they apply in current and emerging operational environments including but not limited to the nuances of cross domain C2 involving cyber, information, and kinetic operations. Emphasis is placed on understanding established theories associated with control of forces and systems and how application of these theories varies according to changing forces and systems and how application of these theories varies according to changing and evolving environments, technologies and organizations. Theoretical concepts may include but are not limited to decision making, organizational design, control, motivation, and information theories. Additionally, the course will explore the evolution of information systems to include current enterprise and cloud architectures and how they impact control processes and the ability to command. Cases involving US national security and military events are studied as a means of identifying successes and failures in the application of these theories. Prerequisites: none.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required