Once again, Angelo State is cementing its reputation as a military-friendly school.
Intelligence officers who wish to get their Masters in Security Studies will be receiving 12 hours of credit from Angelo State University if they complete the USAF 14N Intelligence Course at Goodfellow Air Force Base.
Transfer students must have completed 80 percent in any course they wish to receive credit for, as well as completing all 14N coursework.
The officer must also have a 3.0 GPA for one completed semester at ASU before the credit transfer will appear on the ASU transcript.
“The Master of Security Studies (M.S.S.) in Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis is a distinctive degree addressing the growing need for graduate-level study of the intelligence discipline and its relationships to national security issues such as policy making; military strategy, planning, and operations; and Constitutional issues and the rule of law in a democracy,” states the ASU website.
For more information on the new 14N transfer protocols can be found on the Securities Studies www.angelo.edu/dept/security_studies_criminal_justice/grad_programs/missa.php or by calling the ASU Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice at 325-486-6682.