IW3921 Non-Kinetic Targeting

This course explores the complex nature of engaging targets in the information environment. Emphasis is on the myriad disciplines involved in using information systems as weapons systems and information as projectiles. Using the framework of joint fires and targeting processes students will develop an understanding of how to engage an opponent through the use of information related capabilities (IRCs) and networked computer and social systems to achieve effects in the physical domain. This course is conducted at the unclassified level utilizing open source information.

Prerequisite

IW3101 or IO3100.

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • Spring