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  •     U.S. Army Spc. David McKelvey plots points on a map for a land navigation exercise at Spearfish, S.D., May 2, 2011. Mc...

    U.S. Army Spc. David McKelvey plots points on a map for a land navigation exercise at Spearfish, S.D., May 2, 2011. McKelvey is assigned to 842nd Engineering Company, South Dakota Army National Guard, which will deploy to Afghanistan in September 2011. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Andrew Turner/Released)

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Intelligence, Security Studies and Analysis

Career Opportunities

Graduates can expect to work in any of these settings:

  • U.S. military
  • Federal civil service agencies
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Department of State
  • Department of Defense
  • International relations consulting, intelligence, security or education companies

For more information about security studies careers, visit the Career Development Office.

Departmental Highlights

  • Our program addresses growing needs for study in the intelligence discipline and its relationships to national security issues, such as policy making; military strategy, planning and operations; and constitutional issues and the rule of law in a democracy.  
  • Program courses improve students’ cognitive, analytical, decision-making, advising and leadership skills within the intelligence profession.
  • All security studies courses are offered in an eight-week online format.
  • Programs were built from the ground up by senior intelligence officers and officials.
  • Senior intelligence officers and officials built the programs from the ground up.
  • Faculty and adjunct faculty have 138 years of combined intelligence experience.