Overall, the Intelligence Fellowship program is comprised of four distinct but equally important pillars:
CTI Track participants will enroll in the Global Cybersecurity Policy certificate, taught by professors with a profound background in Cybersecurity, and is scheduled as follows:
ISS 3130: Fundamentals of National Security
ISS 3653: Foundations of Global Cybersecurity Policy
ISS 3613: Issues in Global Cyber Security Policy: Cyber Threat Intelligence
ISS 4364: Introduction to Structured Analytic Methods
ISS 4651: Topics in Global Cybersecurity Policy: Cyber Threat Intelligence
ISS 4385: Effective Governmental Communication.
Intelligence Fellows in both tracks participate in professional development workshops aimed at enhancing job seeking-skills. During the fall and spring semesters, Fellows receive support in five critical professional development areas: resume, cover letter and personal statement writing, developing an elevator pitch, and honing scenario-based interview question skills. During the spring semester, Fellows refine skills in public speaking, networking, and branding for success. Furthermore, Fellows meet and brief hiring managers and agency representatives during the Fellowship’s annual spring break trip.
Additionally, CTI Track participants will receive preparatory instruction for CompTIA A+, Network+, and Security+ exam certifications.