Anticipatory Intelligence - Cert

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

About This Certificate

Graduate students and professionals pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Anticipatory Intelligence are equipped with a working understanding of the national, corporate, and individual security issues—including those spilling over from other fields and industries—that are affecting and will affect their primary academic or professional area. The ability to utilize this level of sophistication about the security and societal issues impacting their field positions graduates and professionals with the Anticipatory Intelligence certificate as strategic thought leaders within their fields.

What You Will Learn

Students completing the Graduate Certificate in Anticipatory Intelligence engage with instructors with a wealth of real-world experience in the security domain and are trained to be active participants in cross-departmental and cross-college research and project collaboration. Graduates of the Anticipatory Intelligence program are equipped with polished hard skills--including policy writing and briefing skills--that enable them to effectively and persuasively convey their knowledge to industry and government leadership and spearhead applied problem solving.

Program Requirements


Cert: Logan (Main Campus)

Career And Outcomes

Career Opportunities

This certificate is oriented and applicable toward a wide range of fields, including:

  • Intelligence
  • Security
  • Government
  • Business
  • Leadership

Job Outlook


Briana Bowen

Cofounder & Associate Director | Center for Anticipatory Intelligence
Office: MAIN 314

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