Master of Arts in National Security and Intelligence Studies
The online Master of Arts in National Security and Intelligence Studies is a 36 credit hour program that can be completed in as little as 18 months. Coursework focuses on modern security challenges and appropriate response methods. National security and intelligence studies students learn the foundations of policy making and the factors that shape enacted policies.
In addition to online curriculum, students complete three courses of the program in an on-site intensive weekend format. These three weekend immersions provide students with opportunities to collaborate with fellow cohorts, network, view presentations of guest speakers and participate in site visits to local, state or federal agencies.
The Notre Dame College Master of Arts in National Security and Intelligence Studies Online Advantage
- Accredited by the NCACS
- Affordable tuition ($540 per credit hour)
- Delivered online
- Accelerated courses
- Course taught by full-time expert faculty
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Students graduating with a national security and intelligence studies degree from Notre Dame College are primed with the confidence to face the next generation of security and policy challenges in the areas of homeland security, intelligence analysis, public health and more.
National Security and Intelligence Studies Careers:
Law enforcement agent | Immigration officer |Border Patrol agent
Policy analyst | Intelligence operations officer |Homeland Security specialist
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With a master’s degree from Notre Dame College, the National Security and Intelligence officers of the future will be well equipped to anticipate, prevent and react to security threats from epidemics to natural disasters to terrorism. Because of their hard work and training, our nation and the world become safer, and the negative effects of cataclysm are minimized significantly.