What would be a good degree to get into the Intelligence field?
I'm an intelligence analyst with the TN National Guard and I just got turned down for a job because of my lack of experience (I'm a SPC) / education (1 semester of college). What would be a good degree and what would be a good college to further my career as an intelligence analyst?
Asked By: Johnny Law III - 2/7/2008
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The answer depends on what aspect of intelligence intrigues you. If you want a generic career, then a Criminal Justice degree is appropriate. Pay attention to the news and you will get an idea of what skills are currently in demand (and probably will remain so for the next decade or so). If you have a bent toward... More
Answered By: James P - 2/7/2008
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Classics. The current head of MI5 graduated from Bristol University with a degree in this subject, not to mention countless other members with similar degrees from that intelligence agency. They consider it to display an array of skills since it requires you to analyze literature, as well as gaining skills from the... More
Answered By: Lil_loo_loo - 2/7/2008
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