The master’s degree in intelligence management program emphasizes the most important advanced intelligence skills by requiring intelligence management courses, intelligence strategy study, and intelligence analysis writing styles. The master's in intelligence degree program provides for high-level development of proficiency in intelligence techniques, counterintelligence, collection management, and intelligence briefings. As you earn your master's in intelligence degree, all courses are four and one half credit hours unless otherwise noted. Earn your master's degree in intelligence and develop high level skills throughout your intelligence management studies in intelligence analysis, counterintelligence, collection management, and intelligence operations.
Graduates of the master's degree programs will be able to:
Evaluate and manage various information sources and their relevance to strategic security and translate that information into actionable outcomes.
Perform sophisticated analysis and evaluations of possible threats through demonstrated technical expertise and application of conceptual skills.
Synthesize strategic leadership competencies specific to the program of study.
Operate and communicate effectively in all mediums, with the ability to work with stakeholders at the highest levels.
Appraise and apply issues of policy, reform, and ethics, integrating information literacy competencies.
Distance Education and Training Council Accrediting Commission
Bachelors Degree or completed equivalent credits with a GPA of 2.4 or above from a regional or national accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education. A background check and screening process is required.