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Program Details

The certificate program in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis at Michigan State University is offered to those who are current MSU graduate students, practitioners looking to earn credits for a degree at MSU or another institution, and others who may be looking to develop skills for professional and career enhancement.

This program will consist of 45 total credit hours; each course within this program will be worth three credits. While this program may explore 10-15 different explicit topics, students are permitted to choose three classes out of a four-course list as a focus. These courses include Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations (CJ 433), Public/Private Partnerships for Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security (CJ 809), Counterterrorism and Intelligence (CJ 837), and Terrorism (CJ 838).

CJ 433 will discuss the current intelligence process, CJ 809 explores ways to implement and recover from counterterrorism methods, CJ 837 explains the different ways to respond to a terrorist attack, and CJ 838 explores all elements related to terrorism.

In order to participate in this program, students will need computer experience, and feel comfortable with their Internet capabilities. This course also requires a browser that meets ANGEL requirements, a minimum screen resolution of 800x600, direct connection to the Internet, and a computer manufactured within the last four years. A computer should be responsive and perform well to meet the needs of this course.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools