Challenges to U.S. security since September 11, 2001 have elevated America’s focus on intelligence gathering and analysis. Learn intelligence analysis and collection, with a focus on national security. Political science and psychology courses provide the context to understand intelligence analysis, espionage, terrorism, and national security threats.
Develop an understanding of contemporary intelligence issues from psychological, political, technological, ethical, and historical perspectives. By reviewing intelligence successes and failures, you can gain insight into methods of threat identification and elimination. To earn the Intelligence & Security Studies minor, you must successfully complete a 21-credit course of study.
Alumni Success Stories
Criminal Justice major Brad Arena recently graduated from Franklin Pierce University in 2014. He describes how studying Criminal Justice, interning with the Boston office of the FBI and getting involved in campus clubs and activities impacted his life.Brad Arena '14
Graduate of Franklin Pierce University