Beginning Spring 2020
This 15-credit intelligence studies certificate program offers students an opportunity to acquire specific skills and knowledge necessary to work within the field of analysis, intelligence, and investigations. This certificate program will expose students to the programs and techniques used in intelligence analysis as well as cover some of the more prominent topics currently being investigated at the local, state, and federal levels.
Fall, even-numbered years – CJ 240 Homeland Security
Fall, odd-numbered years – CJ 340 Terrorism
Spring, all years – CJ 400 Human Trafficking, CJ 435 Basics of Intelligence Analysis
Summer, Session I – CJ 425 Cybersecurity & Criminal Justice
Summer, Session II – CJ 350 Open Source Intelligence & Social Media
Requirements and Tuition
Above is a list of the five (5) courses to fulfill the necessary requirements for completion of the Certificate in Intelligence Studies. None of the courses listed above have prerequisites for registration. All of these courses will be offered online. For traditional students, these courses are covered within the usual financial framework for their semester tuition. There is not a separate tuition framework for these courses. For external students, the scheduled credit hour rate will apply.
For more information on admissions, please contact Kara Mugrage
Transfer, Adult, and Graduate Admissions Counselor
The Application Process Check-List
Below is a check list to make sure you’ve covered all your critical needs when applying for the Certificate in Intelligence Studies.
Kara Mugrage will reach out to students with admissions decisions. Once students are admitted and commit to the University both academically and financially, the course registration process can begin.