Intelligence & Data Analysis
An efficient and effective intelligence program seeks, through analysis, to understand the reality and truth concerning the appropriate method with which to accomplish the mission of any particular agency or private enterprise. Those collecting, correlating, analyzing, and those who create policy and strategy, both of which are the byproduct of analysis, should be highly educated, committed to the sort of ethical values represented in the Franciscan tradition and committed to the betterment of the community they serve.
Our Intelligence and Data Analysis degree consists of 120 credit hours of undergraduate study, including courses in data science, intelligence analysis, database management, professional and technical writing, history, statistics, foreign language, and law and ethics with combined experiential learning opportunities.
Innovative program that aims to prepare graduates for evolving needs in law enforcement and private industry
Real-world internship opportunities are available in health insurance, banking, and federal agencies like the FBI, CIA, and Homeland Security
Expert faculty with years of experience in their field
11:1 student-to-faculty ratio
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Carraugh Reilly Nowak, MFS
Associate Professor FS/CJ
Chair, Forensic Science
142D Bogel Hall
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Intelligence is considered by many to be strictly within the realm of national security and military operations. However, the appropriate application of intelligence which include collection, analysis, and reporting has become fundamental to successful law enforcement management of resources, national intelligence identification of threats, and the establishment of policies and successful management of corporate and business resources both financial and personnel. Understanding the domain within which an organization operates and identifying intelligence gaps leads to better overall management of resources and successful outcomes within any specific organization.
The work of these analysts, whether relating to banking, national security or criminal investigative activities, involve the preparation of assessments based on the collection, correlation, and analysis of data.
The job market is growing in the intelligence and data analysis sectors. The job outlook for 2019-2029 is predicted to be a much-faster-than-average 25% growth, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The work of data analysts is exploding, whether relating to banking, national security, or criminal investigative activities. It involves the preparation of assessments that more effectively and efficiently apply the collection, correlation, and analysis of data to resource allocation, strategy, and policy-making.
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