In Embry-Riddle’s master’s program in Security and Intelligence Studies, you will gain expertise in the field while perfecting your research and analytical methodology skills.
Upon graduating, whether you begin your career, embark on a new career path, or re-enter the workforce, this degree can help you excel in intelligence analysis, operations, military-political studies, law enforcement, corporate security, or cyber intelligence security.
Master of Science in Security & Intelligence Studies
At ERAU’s Prescott Campus, our state-of-the-art facilities are suited for training in real-world emergency response, mission readiness, and operational planning.
The campus is home to the Eagle Operations Center, the Cyber Security Laboratory, and the Forensic Science Laboratory, where you’ll receive practical experience at planning and procedures.
You’ll also have the chance to network with intelligence and security experts from across the country as they gather here annually for two industry summits, the National Security and Intelligence Symposium and CyberWest, the Southwest Cybersecurity Summit.
The M.S.I.S.S. program is housed in the newly formed College of Intelligence and Security, the first of its kind in the U.S. Again, Embry-Riddle leads the way and sets the standards for education and advancement in this critical field.
With a track record of excellence established in the undergraduate GSIS program and a highly respected reputation as a technical university, Embry-Riddle provides an unmatched Master of Science in Security and Intelligence degree.
The program’s courses combine science and technology with advanced intelligence and security topics.
You will benefit from expert faculty members who have academic qualifications coupled with extensive professional experience in security, intelligence, law enforcement, policy, and cyber intelligence.
Learn through small classes where you’re given personal attention and many opportunities for hands-on learning and research.
Global security continues to be an important, critical issue to governments, companies and the public. There is a growing need for knowledgeable security and intelligence professionals.
Security & Intelligence Studies graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions and with the following industry leaders: