The Department of Politics offers an interdisciplinary Certificate in Intelligence Studies for students who seek a deeper understanding of the mysterious world of intelligence.  It seeks to bridge the widely-recognized gap between what new employees in the Intelligence community should know and what they typically do know.

Students in the program must complete three intelligence courses (Introduction to American Intelligence, Homeland Security, and Issues in Contemporary U.S. Intelligence), plus three elective intelligence-related courses, two of which must be from outside the Politics major. Options include courses offered by the departments of psychology, library and information science, sociology, computer science, and management.

For further information, contact the Director of the Intelligence Studies program, Dr. Nicholas Dujmovic or click on the link below.