Why Choose Information Security Intelligence?
As the only program of its kind in the country, Ferris' Information Security & Intelligence (ISI) program is at the forefront in its response to the need for skilled workers in Information Security/Data Analysis/Digital Forensics. Developed with input from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Pentagon, and investigative agencies; providing hands-on utilization of state of the art technology; this program, including its emphasis on visual analysis, data mining and geographic information systems, is uniquely positioned to prepare students to address the cyber security issues facing organizations and/or the nation. Exceptionally, and, in some cases, uniquely, qualified faculty bring students the combination of real world experience, academic preparation, specialized training and certifications (e.g., licensed Professional Investigator). In fact, completion of the program satisfies the education credential necessary for our students to be licensed as Professional Investigators in the State of Michigan, while our computer forensics coursework is accepted as meeting the education requirement to sit for computer forensics examinations. The program is also certified by NSA's Information Assurance Courseware Evaluation Program as mapping 100% to the National Security System Standards (CNSS). This is, indeed, a degree that enables its graduates to stand out in the workplace with a set of skills, knowledge and abilities that few others will match.
Get a Great Job
The Information Security Intelligence degree prepares you for a variety of career possibilities in fields that allow you to see your contribution in action. Computer Forensics, Fraud Investigation, Information Security, Intelligence, and Terrorism and Crime Analysis are a few of the possibilities. Opportunities exist in the government, security, intelligence, health care, insurance, finance, education and several other fields.
Applicants to Information Security Intelligence must present evidence of graduation from high school or the GED. To enter the Information Security Intelligence Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) Program in Business, applicants are expected to have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.00 scale) and a minimum ACT score of 22. College transfer students must have a 2.7 GPA or above.
The Bachelor of Science in Information Security Intelligence is awarded to those individuals who have completed the 120 required credit hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA in their major classes, concentration classes and overall.
Ferris State University/Grand Rapids campus
Applied Technology Center
151 Fountain Street NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (800) 998-3425
Phone: (616) 451-4777
Ferris State University/Northern Michigan
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Traverse City, MI 49684
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Phone: (231) 995-1734
Accountancy, Finance & Information Systems
119 South Street BUS 212
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2284
Phone: (231) 591-2434