Intelligence Analysis

MS in Intelligence Analysis Online Information Session

April 9, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

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The online master’s degree in intelligence analysis from Johns Hopkins University develops the competencies needed to launch or advance an intelligence analyst career. This program provides a theoretical grounding in the discipline, as well as mastery of the core skills required to succeed in the public and private sectors. The MS in Intelligence Analysis program emphasizes the critical thinking and analytical skills necessary to identify actionable insights from diverse and complex intelligence sources, and persuasively communicate those findings to decisionmakers. Graduates of the program will be highly qualified for key roles within nearly any intelligence agency.

MS in Intelligence Analysis

Format Online
Entry Terms Fall, Spring, and Summer
Degree Requirements 12 courses
Length of Program 12 to 24 months
Tuition $4,234* per course.
*Final rates pending approval of the Board of Trustees.

Our courses, taught by leading theorists and practitioners from the intelligence community, equip students with an overview and understanding of intelligence analysis applicable at most agencies. The well-rounded course offerings in the MS in Intelligence Analysis program provide you career flexibility that specialized intelligence programs cannot match.

The schedule for completing this degree program is flexible. Many students work full-time while attending the program and on average complete their degree in two years. The online master’s degree in intelligence is available in both a full-time and part-time capacity and can be tailored to meet a student’s needs and career goals.

The Johns Hopkins University MS in Intelligence Analysis will begin Fall 2020, pending MHEC approval. We are accepting inquiries and applications at this time.

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