Intelligence and Security Studies Minor Information

Develop an Understanding of Contemporary Intelligence Issues

Domestic and international challenges to national security have expanded our focus on potential threats. Homeland security initiatives have created new opportunities for those prepared to protect freedom and human rights.

The Intelligence & Security Studies minor trains you in global politics, diplomacy, domestic security, and intelligence collection and analysis. Interdisciplinary courses provide the context to understand intelligence analysis, espionage, terrorism, and global security threats.

You will develop an understanding of contemporary security challenges from psychological, political, technological, ethical, and historical perspectives.

To earn the Intelligence & Security Studies minor, you must successfully complete a 21-credit course of study. 

  • Criminal Justice major Brad Arena recently graduated from Franklin Pierce University in 2014. He describes how studying Criminal Justice, interning with the Boston office of the FBI and getting involved in campus clubs and activities impacted his life.

    Brad Arena '14 

    Graduate of Franklin Pierce University 

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Download the Intelligence and Security Studies Program SheetDownload an Intelligence and Security Studies program sheet to view on-screen or print, or view the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.

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