Embry-Riddle Prescott's College of Security and Intelligence (CSI) represents the first comprehensive degree-granting college of its kind in the United States. CSI focuses on the training of future security and intelligence professionals, on both the national and international level. Here at CSI, we are addressing some of the most critical security challenges of our time, and the demand for our graduates is strong. The College’s courses of study emphasize undergraduate and graduate research in the fields of international security and global intelligence. The knowledge and solutions that are created today will lead to laws and policies tomorrow. With strong programs in Chinese, Arabic, and Spanish, CSI also remains committed to integrating foreign language study within its undergraduate program.
Dr. Philip Jones
Dr. Jones is a former CIA intelligence analyst and an international security expert with extensive field experience in political and security risk studies and management for corporate clients.
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As our world becomes more dependent on technology, the potential threat from those who wish to abuse it grows. The Bachelor of Science in Cyber Intelligence and Security program will prepare you to deal with these future threats. Learn to protect yourself and others with the valuable knowledge and skills you will gain through this comprehensive degree program.
The Global Security and Intelligence Studies program (GSIS) is a unique blend of academic and professional studies designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become future leaders in the intelligence, security and law enforcement communities.
The M.S. in Security and Intelligence Studies provides students and career professionals with the knowledge and skills to excel in the areas of intelligence analysis, operations, regional military-political studies, criminal justice and law enforcement, corporate security, and cyber intelligence and security.
To learn more about this College or Department, or to schedule an appointment to speak with a faculty member, call us at 800-888-3728 or 928-777-6600, or email Prescott@erau.edu.