Barbara E. Endicott
Uses case-based and problem-based approaches to teach the techniques of planning, decision-making, and analysis common to critical infrastructures.
This course describes a dynamic process for strategic planning and thinking. This is particularly appropriate when thinking about security subjects, where we are dealing with a moving target!
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Welcome back from Spring break! Most of you have taken a class from me, so you know my method of operation already. I will be logged on M-F, taking the weekend off to grade assignments when they are due. Please feel free to work through the weekend, however! I will enjoy chatting with you in our discussion forums!
The best guarantee of success is staying current with your assignments and reading!
Class assignments and grading
There are 4 individual and 3 group assignments in the course. Please follow the course schedule which gives due dates for each of these.
Grades will be assigned based on University of Washington grading standards. Rubrics for each assignment will describe how points for that assignment will be distributed.