My classes for this semester are:
Net Assessment and Strategic Thinking, with Barry Watts;
Theory and Practice of Intelligence, with Jennifer Sims; and
International Security: Core (a required class) with Jasen Castillo.
So far, Theory and Practice of Intel definitely looks like it's going to be a great class with a great professor. I have no idea what Net Assessment is going to be like - our first week's reading included an essay on economics articles, an essay on cultural anthropology, an essay on theoretical debates within string theory, and the Sokal Affair. International Security will be a boring class (material I've covered in classes already, at least until we get to case studies) but the professor is at least entertaining.