IW3101 Military Operations in the Information Environment

This course provides a survey of military operations in the information environment along the time line of peace, to conflict, and back to cessation of hostilities. This is accomplished by studying the theoretical underpinnings and implementation of military actions in the information environment to influence decisions in both the biological domain (human) and non-biological/cyber domain (hardware, software and spectra). Topics include but are not limited to military-civilian relationships, human cognition and decision-making, social influence, cyberspace operations, C2 structures, legal issues and considerations in IO, the joint planning process, and intelligence support to IO. Prerequisite: None. Classification: None.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required