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The Bachelor of Science in Intelligence (BSI) degree focuses on core intelligence concepts, issues and methods. This fourth-year program enables students to become a true professional on issues of national-level intelligence and its consumer. The BSI is full-time at the Main Campus as a full-time program that spans 11 months, starting in August and ending in July. Students enroll in five daytime classes per quarter. Learn More About the BSI


The Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence (MSSI) degree is designed to prepare students for the complexity of intelligence work in the 21st century. The 43-credit curriculum focuses on three main themes: Globalization, Future-focused Intelligence, and Intelligence for National Security.

  • Full-time – This program spans 11 months starting in August and ending in July.  Students enroll in four to five daytime classes per quarter.
  • Evening – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet in the evenings, after the work day.  Students enroll in two classes per quarter.
  • Monthly Executive – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet one weekend a month and for a two-week intensive session each summer.
  • DIA Cohort (Open to DIA civilian employees only) – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet two days a week during the work day.
  • NSA Cohort – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Two year part-time program with classes meeting two days a week during the day.  Courses are taught at the University’s Graduate Center at the National Security Agency (NSA).
  • NGA Cohort – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August. Courses are taught at the University’s Graduate Center at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
  • MSSI-Reserves (Open to Military Reservists and the National Guard) – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet one weekend a month and for a two-week intensive, session each summer.
  • European Academic Center Cohort – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August. Classes meet in the evenings, after the work day. Students enroll in two classes per quarter at the University’s Academic Center in JAC Molesworth, UK.
  • Southern Academic Center Cohort – This is a two year part-time evening program, starting in August.  Classes meet in the evenings. Students enroll in two classes per quarter at the University’s Academic Center located in the RIJTEF Training Center on MacDill, AFB in Tampa, FL.

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    The Master of Science and Technology Intelligence (MSTI) prepares students to recognize the impact of technological change on national security and intelligence. MSTI students study one of four core concentrations established to focus their education to their area of thesis research. The four concentrations are Weapons of Mass Destruction; Information Operations and Cyber; Emerging and Disruptive Technologies; and Geostrategic Resources and the Environment.

    The MSTI degree program is offered in full-time and part-time formats.

  • Full-time – This program spans 11 months starting in August and ending in July.  Students enroll in four daytime classes per quarter.
  • Evening – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet in the evenings, after the work day.  Students enroll in two classes per quarter.
  • Monthly Executive – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet one weekend a month and for a two-week intensive, in-residence period each summer.
  • DIA Cohort (Open to DIA civilian employees) – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet onsite two days a week during the work day.
  • MSTI-Reserves (Open to Military Reservists and the National Guard) – This is a two year part-time program, starting in August.  Classes meet one weekend a month and for a two-week intensive, in residence period each summer.

    Learn More About the MSTI