Not open to students pursuing a major in Intelligence Studies.
The student who graduates with a minor in Intelligence Studies will be able to:
- Describe the evolution, structures, functions, capabilities, and activities of the U.S. national intelligence community.
- Detail the structures, functions, capabilities, and contributions of national intelligence consumers to include the national command authority, executive departments, Congress, military services, joint/unified commands, and law enforcement agencies.
- Specify the intelligence cycle including intelligence planning, data collection, data exploitation, analysis, production, and dissemination phases.
- Differentiate among the fundamental capabilities and limitations and means of tasking human, geographic/imagery, signals, measurement, and technical and open intelligence data sources.
- Conduct basic research and compose professional and academic analyses on issues critical to intelligence consumers.
Minor Requirements (18 semester hours)
|Select 4 courses from the following:||12|
|Introduction to Intelligence Studies|
|Research Design and Methods|
|U.S. Intelligence Community|
|Select 2 courses from the following:||6|
|Intelligence and Homeland Security|
|Law and Ethics in Intelligence|
|Criminal Intelligence Analysis|
|Total Semester Hours||18|