Learning Track programs are available to students who seek a very short program focused on career or professional development needs. In some cases, credits from a Learning Track program can be applied to a Master’s degree. Students may pursue a learning track separate from a Master’s degree and at a later date apply these credits to their Master’s degree. However, students are not permitted to enroll concurrently in multiple programs in the same academic discipline.
For example, a student who had previously completed a Learning Track in Information Systems Security might be able to apply those credits toward a Master of Information Technology with a concentration in Information Assurance and Security; however, a student may not be enrolled in both at the same time.
Note: Students may not use military tuition assistance, GI Bill, or federal student aid to pay for learning track courses. Cash or civilian employer tuition assistance may be used.
- Advanced Cybersecurity/Cybercrime
- Counterintelligence Tradecraft
- Criminal Behavior Management in Schools
- Criminal Intelligence
- Cyber Intelligence
- Geospatial Intelligence
- Global Leadership
- Information Systems Security
- Information Technology (IT) Project Management (PMP Focus)
- Intelligence Analysis
- Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT)
- Virtual Commerce