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Capitol Technology University Course Catalog

   
    Jul 19, 2024  
2023-2024 Course Catalog 
  
2023-2024 Course Catalog

Intelligence and Global Security, B.S.


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The international and national security threats of today’s world are multidimensional in nature. They require professionals with a broad range of expertise in managing and producing solutions that are multidisciplinary substantively and methodologically. The Intelligence and Global Security degree will provide students a comprehensive and multidisciplinary understanding of the confluence of threats posed by terrorist groups, lone actors, para-military guerrilla groups, rogue states’ regular armies, cyber criminals (including state actors and terrorists), climate change, governance breakdowns, and public health threats, such as the naturally occurring biological-based infectious diseases (e.g., COVID-19 pandemic), severe economic crises, mass refugee migrations, and even malicious disinformation. With the university’s unique curriculum in counterterrorism, cyber security, computer science, critical infrastructure protection, and others, this program will enable the graduating students to apply theoretical, conceptual, and practical real-world skills in intelligence and security studies.

Student Outcomes

Upon graduation, graduates will be able to

  • Integrate and synthesize theories about the roles of intelligence in national and global security.
  • Utilize legal frameworks in conducting intelligence operations, whether domestically or globally.
  • Utilize the disciplines of Computer Science, Critical Infrastructure protection, Cybersecurity, Mathematics and other technological and engineering methodologies to solve complex security problems.
  • Formulate intelligence indicators and apply structured analytic methodologies and tools to examine global security subjects.
  • Develop and implement relevant intelligence analytic products that are used in intelligence studies.

Course Requirements


Bachelor of Science 121 Credits

Nature of Conflict and Military Warfare (3 Credits)


Terrorism and Counterterrorism (6 Credits)


Comparative Homeland Security (3 Credits)


Comparative Cyber Security (3 Credits)


Language Courses (3 Credits)


Students select one of the following courses

Critical Infrastructure (9 Credits)


Computer Science (9 Credits)


Cybersecurity (12 Credits)


Mathematics (10 Credits)


Science (6 Credits)


Business (3 Credits)


Humanities and Social Sciences (30 Credits)


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