2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Sep 25, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Intelligence Analysis

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The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Intelligence Analysis is designed specifically for students who seek a career as an intelligence analyst either in the U.S. government, military, or the private sector. In this program, students learn innovative ways to structure their thinking to solve complex real-world problems when there is both time pressure and a lack of reliable information. This program highlights the continually evolving nature of intelligence analysis, with an emphasis on employing new academic research into analytical methods. The academic knowledge and skills students gain from this program, whether relating to national security, law enforcement, military, or business intelligence, involves the preparation of assessments based on the collection, correlation, and analysis of intelligence data.

Students select one of four possible concentrations: counterintelligence (for those who desire a career in military), criminal intelligence (for those who desire a career in law enforcement, intelligence operations or intelligence collection (for those who desire a career in the U.S. government).

Concentration (15 credits)

Each student majoring in Intelligence Analysis must complete one of four concentrations (15 credits).   Courses taken as directed electives cannot be used to fulfill requirements of the concentrations.

Criminal Intelligence Concentration

Students selecting the Criminal Intelligence Concentration must complete 15 credits from the following courses.

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