Jun 22, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog - SCCC & Day Students 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog - SCCC & Day Students

Intelligence and Security Studies Major - General Intelligence Concentration


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The General Intelligence Concentration provides the broadest and most interdisciplinary approach to the ISS major. As students choose from a wide variety of electives, they are encouraged to work with their advisor to create a unique program that best meets their individual needs.

Major Academic Map

Click here to view the Academic Map for this major, which shows the courses and sequence.

 

To complete the ISS major/General Intelligence Concentration, students take eight (8) courses from the following General Intelligence Electives list:

Freshman Year


Freshman Fall


Freshman Spring


Sophomore Year


Sophomore Fall


Sophomore Spring


Junior Year


Junior Fall


Junior Spring


  • Strand Course 4 Credit Hours: 3
  • General Intelligence Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • General Intelligence Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • General Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • Humanities/Social Sciences Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • 1st Year Advanced ROTC

Senior Year


Senior Fall


Senior Spring


  • GEND 422 - General Education Capstone Credit Hours: 3
  • General Intelligence Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • Upper Level Elective Credit Hours: 3 
  • Upper Level Elective Credit Hours: 3 
  • Upper Level Elective Credit Hours: 3 
  • 2nd Year Advanced ROTC

General Intelligence Electives List


Note:


  • See the “Undergraduate Curriculum” section for a list of courses that will satisfy freshman math and science requirements.
  • Students must complete five strand courses, which may be completed in any order: English (ENGS 30X ), History (HISS 30X ), Social Science (SCSS 30X ), Science (NTSS 30X ) and Elective (ELES 30X ).

ROTC Course Requirements:


ROTC course requirements apply to members of the SCCC only:

  • Cadets contracted or pursuing a contract should take 8 semesters of ROTC.
  • Cadets not contracted or pursuing a contract should take 4 semesters of ROTC Basic and 4 semesters of ROTC fulfilment courses. Available ROTC fulfillment courses are published online annually by the department of Leadership Studies.
  • ROTC courses typically carry 1 to 3 hours of credit, depending on the level. ROTC fulfillment courses typically carry 3 hours of credit. See the course descriptions for specific information.

Required for Graduation:


  • 122 credit hours plus successful completion of all RPED, ROTC, and LDRS graduation requirements. ROTC hours (credits, lectures, and labs) vary each semester by military department.

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