Posted on Feb 3, 2016
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I currently hold a Bachelors of Arts in Intelligence Studies from AMU. I believe that it is best to attend a new school. However, I am having a hard time finding one that offers a regionally accredited online Intelligence ordinated degree. My Career goal is to work in long term strategic Intelligence Planning with an agency or the state department. If someone has a better idea, let me know.
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I'd recommend doing something beyond single tracking in Intelligence. Like SPC David Stephenson recommends, I'd look at something in Foreign Relations or Government Security. Johns Hopkins has a MA in Government-Security Studies for instance. Don't limit yourself to the "go-to" online universities. Take a look at what the major, well known universities have to offer for on-line courses. You'll find what you're looking for and some stuff that will round out a resume much better than single tracking in one area.
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SPC David Stephenson
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American Military University - I don't see the harm in staying. Have you considered an International Relations degree with a regional focus and corresponding foreign language.

https://www.amu.apus.edu/academic/schools/security-and-global-studies/masters/intelligence-studies.html
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ENS Dave Dempsey
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Mercyhurst University has a MS in Applied Intelligence that can be completed online. Probably the strongest option.
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