Crime and Intelligence Analysis Bachelor

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Crime and Intelligence Analysis Overview

Like most professions, criminal justice has been deeply shaped by technology. Investigators now rely on such tools as geo-technology, forensics, risk assessments, and crime mapping to predict, prevent, and solve crime. If you want a career that blends your fascination with computers with your desire to make a difference, consider Crime and Intelligence Analysis.

ECPI University’s Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Crime and Intelligence Analysis can provide you with a comprehensive homeland security, intelligence, and digital forensic training experience that can prepare you to work in this exciting profession. Our program incorporates intelligence theory and investigative philosophy with collaborative decision making processes for crime analysis and intelligence scenarios, simulated exercises, case studies, and lab-based exercises.

 

Crime and Intelligence Analysis Bachelor Career Track

Upon completion, graduates with a B.S. in Criminal Justice with a Crime and Intelligence Analysis concentration can typically seek in employment as a:

  • Intelligence Analyst
  • Investigative Analyst
  • Police Analyst
  • Risk Analyst
  • Security Analyst
  • Counterintelligence Analyst
  • Law Enforcement Intelligence Analyst
  • Fusion Center Intelligence Analyst
  • Counter IED Analyst 
  • Anti-Money Laundering Investigator
  • Fraud Data Analyst           
  • Anti-Money Laundering Functional Compliance Specialist              
  • Police Officer    
  • Federal Agent
  • Fraud Investigator            
  • Insurance Investigator   
  • Background Investigator                
  • Asset Protection Specialist            
  • Security Specialist         
  • Fraud Investigation Specialist      

Crime and Intelligence Analysis Bachelor Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are expected to:

  • Apply ethical standards across professional and personal settings
  • Evaluate the quality and sufficiency of evidence in the criminal justice process
  • Analyze the impact of human behavior on crime
  • Assess criminal justice issues using modern techniques including technology
  • Apply the skills needed to manage crisis within various populations
  • Evaluate emergency operations plans

Additional Outcomes

All students in the B.S. Degree Program in Criminal Justice, regardless of Concentration, may expect to gain the following outcomes:

  • Demonstrate oral and written communication skills
  • Investigate criminal justice issues through the use of field related technology
  • Compile information into criminal justice reports utilized in law enforcement, courts corrections and private security
  • Develop skills to manage conflict effectively with members of diverse cultural groups
  • Design emergency operations plans

Crime and Intelligence Analysis Concentration Outcomes

Students in the Crime and Intelligence Analysis concentration will gain the following additional outcomes:

  • Apply intelligence analysis to forecast local, national, and international security threats

Crime and Intelligence Analysis Bachelor Curriculum

Program Requirements

*For allowable substitutions of arts and sciences courses, see the Arts & Sciences Department page.

Concentration Requirements

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