What should I major in so I could work in security clearance IT and MI jobs?
I have a year till I begin undergrad and I'm thinking to have a career in IT, MI or to become an Intelligence Analyst. What should I major in? I wish to do computers, cryptology, analyzing or something in that sense, not being an officer but I would do it if it highly increases my prospects for a job in IT. Well Scott everyone has to deal with that, its in every sector of the economy currently. one just has to prove their skill and cmmitment
Asked By: tsoukalos - 3/31/2011
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Major in CIS (computer and information systems) or CS (computer science)
Answered By: Robby - 3/31/2011
Computer science works wonders.
Answered By: Narutofreak1 - 3/31/2011
Good luck with that. In this economy, there are so many people with TWENTY years of experience out of work that you'll be competing with for those jobs, a degree doesn't mean a whole hell of a lot.
Answered By: scott b - 3/31/2011
The Military does not care what your degree is in if it's not a MD or Lawyer. Getting any degree in the IT field will mean absolutely nothing when joining the Armed Forces... More
Answered By: r3dHatter - 3/31/2011
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