Credit Units: 3
Awosusi, E.O. (B.A, M.A) Email Id: email@example.com, College of Arts, Law and Management Sciences, International Relations And Strategic Studies
This is a strategic course. It explores the nature and meaning of strategic management; management of disarmament and arms control; x-ray of military strategies and strategic thoughts and discourse etc.
Learning objectives and Outcomes
This course consists of a combination of lectures, seminars, and group discussions. It aims to strike a balance between theoretical works and case studies. The goal is thus to link the study of strategic management with the realities of contemporary politics. The ultimate goal is to introduce students to the concept and relevance of strategic management, and to encourage strategic thinking for security maximization for personal, group, and organizational and national security. Students are also expected to engage the readings fully and actively participate in class discussions and effectively participate in class assignment and seminars. By the end of the course, the students are expected to understand;
- Meaning of Military Strategies
- Types and Process of strategic intelligence
- Role of some national and international intelligence Organisations
- Explain nexus between intelligence and security
Course Content The topics are structured in the expected order of consideration, but be advised that the study of each topic will cover several classes. Readings are assigned for each topic, and students are strongly encouraged to prepare properly for each class by reading the course materials and recommended journals and textbooks indicated by the lecturer. The outlines are: strategic management; management of disarmament and arms control; x-ray of military strategies and strategic thoughts and discourse.
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