Curry College is pleased to offer a certificate in Intelligence and Research Analysis. This 12 credit, stand-alone graduate certificate can be completed in 2 semesters or can be coupled with the Curry College Master of Arts in Criminal Justice to earn an MACJ with a specialization in Intelligence and Research Analysis.
Are you looking to pursue a greater role in your department, advance your career, or transition into this highly specialized field? Curry College’s Graduate Certificate in Intelligence and Research Analysis provides you with a strong skill setting and introduction foundation to the profession and practice of intelligence and research analysis. You will explore the structure and function of the U.S. Intelligence Community at the federal, state and local level; the law, policy and use of social media platforms utilized by intelligence professionals; intelligence analytic methods; tools and techniques for collecting/analyzing data and information from publicly available sources; and professional writing and briefing skills.
MCJ 6210: Financial Crimes
MCJ 6215: Introduction to Intelligence
MCJ 6220: Advanced Data Management
MCJ 6225: Social Media, Crypto Currency, Dark Web and the Law
Those seeking an MACJ with a concentration in Intelligence and Research Analysis must complete an MACJ application and select the concentration during the online process.
Get ready to pivot your career by joining the Fall 2021 cohort. The certificate is offered fully online. Our 8-week terms allow you to earn the certificate in just 2 semesters by carrying one course at a time.
Dr. Adam Stern, Chair of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice program at Curry College, discusses the benefits of the Intelligence and Research Analysis Certificate Program at Curry College - importantly, expanding your career options.