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What is the Cyber Intelligence Graduate Certificate program?

Ready to step into a growing specialization in cybersecurity? In this 12-month online certificate program, you’ll learn to assess an organization’s cybersecurity strengths and weaknesses and, most importantly, to identify its adversaries in the cyber domain. Gain mastery of industry-standard software as you enhance your analytical and critical thinking skills over six part-time courses –- all from the comfort of your home or office!

What is Cyber Intelligence?

Cyber intelligence involves the tactical and strategic analysis of not only cyberthreats, but also of the adversaries behind those threats. Working alongside cybersecurity professionals who focus on technical issues, these specialists analyze the human behavior behind cyberthreats. Cyberthreat analysts are key members of any effective cybersecurity team. Learn more about the online Cyber Intelligence Graduate Certificate.

What makes JMU's Cyber Intelligence Graduate Certificate stand out?

Our curriculum is designed for part-time study. Take one class at a time and study when and where it's convenient for you! Learn at your own pace in six 3-credit courses. We welcome students from all undergraduate backgrounds. 

  • You’ll gain mastery of industry-standard software
  • You’ll study entirely online. Asynchronous courses mean that there are no set class times
  • You’ll take course each 7-week term
  • You’ll learn through a combination of self-paced and highly interactive online learning
  • You’ll benefit from top-notch faculty who are experts in the latest cyberthreat analysis practices
What makes the Cyber Intelligence Graduate Certificate a good fit for you?

If you’re an analytical individual with a knack for people, you’re well-positioned for a career in cyber intelligence -- regardless of your undergraduate training. We welcome program participants with any undergraduate degree from any accredited school.

 Some undergraduate backgrounds may be especially appropriate to cyber intelligence, including:

  • Humanities and liberal arts
  • Data science
  • Marketing
  • Healthcare administration
  • K-12 education

For more information, please call (540) 733-3019 or email


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