Bachelor of Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis (B.I.S.S.A.) Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis
(124 semester hours*)
The Bachelor of Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis (B.I.S.S.A.) degree focuses on the interrelationships among intelligence, policy making, and national security and develops students with the competencies critical to accomplishing the missions of the United States intelligence community and national security enterprises. This program has similar requirements to the B.S.S. in Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis; however, this program is designed for active duty members of the United States Air Force.
|Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis 3300, 3301, 3302, 3303, 3310, 3320, 4103||19|
|Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis Elective Courses Choose any 12 hours of Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis courses||12|
|Cultural Competence 2323||3|
|Mathematics 1332, 1342||3|
|Core Curriculum. Students should be aware that some majors specify particular courses to meet core-curriculum requirements when options are available.||42|
* Undergraduate ISSA students may take BOR undergraduate courses as advanced electives with the Department Chair’s permission.
The B.I.S.S.A. degree has been approved by Air University to be included in the AU-ABC program. Degrees in the AU-ABC program allow students to transfer all 64 credit hours of their Associate of Applied Science Degree from CCAF into the course requirements. Since the B.I.S.S.A. requires 124 SCH and all 64 hours from the CCAF degree will be used, the student is only required to complete an additional 60 SCH to complete the B.I.S.S.A. degree.
The Office of Admissions, in conjunction with the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, will make an exception to standard policy with regard to Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) credits for a CCAF degree-holder. All credits from CCAF associate’s degrees will be accepted and applied toward your degree plan. However should you choose to change your degree plan to a degree other than those specified below, the transfer credits originally accepted and applied may be revoked.