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 121 total 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.
|Major Course Requirements||46-49 Credits|
|Major Related Course Requirements||12 Credits|
|College Electives||5-29 Credits|
|Total Credit Hours Required For Degree||121|
In addition to the courses listed below, students will complete or transfer in these core coursework requirements:
- - Math Placement
- - English Placement
- - Foreign Language Placement
- - Quantitative Reasoning – 6 credits
- - Written Communication – 6 credits
- - Oral Communication – 3 credits
- - Foreign Languages – 6 credits
- - Computer Use - 1 credit
- - Humanities – 9 credits
- - Natural Sciences – 6 credits
- - Social Sciences – 9 credits
- - Natural Sciences lab – 4 credits
- - Social Sciences Diversity – 3 credits
|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.
|CRJ 101||Seminar in Justice Studies||1|
|CRJ 103||Introduction to Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 208||Ethics in Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 212||Policing Theory and Practice||3|
|CRJ 222||Criminal Justice Communications||3|
|CYB 228||Cyber Technologies for Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 307||Homeland Security and Counterterrorism||3|
|CRJ 313||Corruption and Organized Crime||3|
|CRJ 314||Modern Techniques of Crime Investigation||3|
|CRJ 327||Assessing Evidence in Criminal Justice||3|
|CRJ 334||Economic Crime Investigation||3|
|CYB 355||Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics I||3|
|CRJ 358||Introduction to Intelligence Studies||3|
|CRJ 384||Data Analysis in Criminal Justice||3|
|B. CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL (12 Credit Hours)|
|PSY/SOC 211||Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences OR||3|
|ECN 241||Statistics OR||3|
|MAT 112||Basic Statistics||3|
|JLM 371||Data and Story||3|
|SOC 376||Criminological Research Methods||3|
|E. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (9 Credit Hours)|
|CRJ 461||Pro-seminar in Justice Studies||3|
|CRJ 470||Internship (department restrictions apply) OR||6|
|CRJ 475||Senior Project||3|
If taking CRJ 475 for 3 credits, must take an additional CRJ 300 level 3-credit elective. Permission of advisor required.
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