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The criminal intelligence analysis curriculum delivers the hybrid knowledge you need in criminal justice, data analysis, and cybersecurity to become a top criminal analyst — information that Utica College is uniquely prepared to teach.

With 61 credit hours, the criminal intelligence curriculum was expertly crafted with a specialized combination of coursework, including courses from the nationally recognized cybersecurity and criminal justice programs.

A. CENTRAL (40 Credit Hours)
Take the 100-level courses first, 200-level courses before 300-level courses, 300-level before 400-level; take CRJ 470/475 last.
Credit Hours
CRJ 101Seminar in Justice Studies1
CRJ 103Introduction to Criminal Justice3
CRJ 208Ethics in Criminal Justice3
CRJ 212Policing Theory and Practice3
CRJ 222Criminal Justice Communications3
CYB 228Cyber Technologies for Criminal Justice3
CRJ 307Homeland Security and Counterterrorism3
CRJ 313Corruption and Organized Crime3
CRJ 314Modern Techniques of Crime Investigation3
CRJ 327Assessing Evidence in Criminal Justice3
CRJ 334Economic Crime Investigation3
CYB 355Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics I3
CRJ 358Introduction to Intelligence Studies3
CRJ 384Data Analysis in Criminal Justice3
B. CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL (12 Credit Hours) 
PSY/SOC 211Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences OR3
ECN 241Statistics OR3
MAT 112Basic Statistics3
SOC 274Criminology3
JLM 371Data and Story3
SOC 376Criminological Research Methods3
E. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (9 Credit Hours) 
CRJ 461Pro-seminar in Justice Studies3
CRJ 470Internship (department restrictions apply) OR6
CRJ 475Senior Project3

If taking CRJ 475 for 3 credits, must take an additional CRJ 300 level 3-credit elective. Permission of advisor required.

Do You Qualify to Participate in This Criminal Intelligence Curriculum?

The online BS in Criminal Justice is a baccalaureate completer program, which means that you must have an associate's degree, or have earned a minimum of 57 credits from an accredited institution prior to enrolling in the program. Here is a brief application checklist.

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