Our Academic Institution Members

La Asociación Mexicana de Analistas de Inteligencia Estratégica y Criminal ofrece cursos en inteligencia básica, inteligencia criminal, inteligencia para la seguridad corporativa, inteligencia electoral e inteligencia para personas desaparecidas. Nuestra misión es brindar de las herramientas analíticas que permitan un sólido desarrollo profesional, con el reconocimiento de las autoridades en México and bajo estándares internacionales de las disciplinas de inteligencia.

The Mexican Association of Strategic and Criminal Intelligence Analysts offers courses in basic intelligence, criminal intelligence, intelligence for corporate security, electoral intelligence, and intelligence for missing persons. Our mission is to provide the analytical tools that allow a solid professional development, with the recognition of the authorities in Mexico and under international standards of intelligence disciplines.

Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is Canada’s leading public safety educator with a mission to develop dynamic justice and public safety professionals through its exceptional applied education, training and research.
Our online graduate certificates in intelligence analysis or tactical criminal analysis provide an advanced theoretical and applied framework for the study of intelligence in a wide range of contexts, including business, finance and law enforcement. Each 15-credit, five-course online program is designed to provide the applied skills to function successfully as an analyst and earn a pathway towards a master’s degree in the field. Graduates will possess the skills to critically scrutinize unstructured and often ambiguous data within a variety of competitive, security and criminal contexts such as finance and banking, crime and organized crime, and security and terrorism.

Liverpool John Moores University

Monmouth University’s Master of Arts in Criminal Justice - As the only program of its kind in New Jersey, the 30-credit M.A. Criminal Justice Intelligence Analyst track prepares students to gather, organize, analyze, and interpret data that informs high-level decision making across multiple criminal justice sectors. Students will learn to predict and prevent crime by studying advanced analytical techniques, strategic planning, geographic information mapping, database usage, and more. Upon graduation, students will have the opportunity to earn a certification from the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) as a Basic Intelligence Analyst, setting them apart in the job market and giving them an edge over their peers. Developed in part by an Intelligence Analyst Working Group comprised of practitioners in the private sector as well as federal, state, and county law enforcement, our program is uniquely positioned to prepare students for success in the field with a domestic and global approach.

Learn to use Geospatial Intelligence as tool for analysis. Penn State University’s Geospatial Intelligence Program offers professional development courses, certificates, and master’s programs in a 100% online environment, with no residency requirements.  Through Penn State’s online World Campus, you can pursue your education at your own pace. Penn State has a long history of distance education and its geospatial education program has been teaching online classes for 20 years.  The program offers over 40 courses covering geospatial intelligence, geographic information systems, cyber Geography, remote sensing, unmanned aerial systems, geospatial programming, and web map development.  Credits taken as individual courses or part of a certificate can transfer into the Geospatial Intelligence option in either the Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security or Master of Geographic Information Systems.  Learn to analyze human activity over place and time using geographic information science and technology and structured analytic techniques to provide a decision-advantage against an adversary and solve wicked problems.