NATIONAL SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, M.S.
Analyze Global Threats
Our Master of Science in National Security Intelligence Analysis (NSIA) prepares you join the workforce of intelligence professionals addressing threats. Government, private-sector, and not-for-profit employers require employees who have subject-matter knowledge, critical thinking skills, qualitative and quantitative (data science) methodologies they can apply to challenging domestic and international security problems. The NSIA program gives you the skills you need to serve as an intelligence analyst. You can complete your degree online in as little as one year.
- Fully online, 30-credit program, designed to be completed in one calendar year or longer part time.
- Students gain a deep conceptual understanding of the intelligence process, current national security issues, strategies and policies of the United States and foreign countries.
- Our classes provide you with critical thinking and methodological tool you can apply as an analyst.
- We give you the tools to analyze threats and understand their underlying issues from the qualitative and quantitative perspectives.
Apply by December 1 for spring admission
Can be completed in one year
Program consists of 10 courses (30 credit hours)
National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education
The Center for Cybersecurity Leadership, Education, and Outreach (CCLEO) at the University of New Hampshire is designated a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the U.S. National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The UNH Center of Academic Excellence designation allows the NSIA program to leverage programs and outreach offered by the NSA and DHS.
Build essential skills in data collection and analysis, and project monitoring and evaluation.
Courses are taught by full-time faculty who are experts in their fields of practice
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