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Student profile: All applicants who meet the requirements provided for in current legislation can access the Master's Degree Program in Intelligence Analysis and Cyberintelligence, that is, those who have a bachelor's or undergraduate (or equivalent) degree, who are capable of managing a large amount of information, possess succinct knowledge of the different information classification programs and mechanisms, as well as a correct evaluation thereof, must also be able to issue a report that allows, from an operational point of view, to make decisions. Specifically, candidates must be one of the following:
- Graduate or equivalent in Law.
- Graduate or equivalent in Security or Criminology.
- Graduate or equivalent in Business Administration.
- Graduate or equivalent in Economics.
Official Degree::Master's Degree Program in Intelligence Analysis and Cyberintelligence
Center responsible:School of Social Sciences
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
1st year of implementation:
- Classroom Attendance: 40
- Blended: 40
- Online: 50
Rest of years:
- Classroom Attendance:40
- Blended: 50
- Online: 60
Total Credits 60 credits.
Minimum 12 ECTS credits and maximum 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic year..
Academic year it was implemented: 2020/2021
Duration:: 1 year. From october to june
Type of Teaching:: Classroom Attendance / Blended / Online
University Services: [+info]
The professional demand for intelligence analysts is experiencing an exponential increase, since this figure is not only being implemented in the field of Security and Defense, but also their scope of action has been expanded to an environment more suitable for economic and competitive intelligence.
For this reason, many companies are investing large amounts of their budgets in internal or external intelligence departments, although their core business is not information. Intelligence analysis can lead to better strategic planning and gaining a competitive advantage over the rest of the sector.
The proposal for this Master's degree follows the line of action defined in the National Cybersecurity Strategy, which stipulates the need to expand and improve cyber threat detection and analysis capabilities, so as to allow the identification of procedures and sources of attack, as well as been the elaboration of intelligence necessary for a more effective protection, attribution and defense. In short, enhance cyber defense and cyber intelligence capabilities.
The fundamental objective of the Master's Degree in Intelligence Analysis and Cyberintelligence is to provide an academic training of a professional nature for those students interested in advising and participating in the creation of intelligence, through the study, analysis and practice of the different methodologies for obtaining, analyzing and transforming information into a tangible product.Read less
The Master's Degree in Intelligence Analysis and Cyberintelligence at Nebrija University is the first official degree in this topic in our country.
Specialize in Intelligence for Security and Defense or in Economic and Competitive Intelligence. Upon completion of the Master's degree, you will receive a certificate with the chosen specialization.
At Nebrija University, we are pioneers in university education in the area of Security and Defense, where we have a teaching staff made up of the best experts in this field.
All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 60 credits.
Royal Decree 1027/2011, of July 15, establishes the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education (MECES) and the description of its levels, whose purpose is to allow the classification, comparability and transparency of higher education qualifications in the Spanish educational system, which serves as a reference to facilitate the mobility of people in the European higher education area and in the international labor market. Thus, the third level corresponds to Master's degree teachings that are characterized by being "advanced, specialized or multidisciplinary education, oriented towards academic or professional specialization, or promoting initiation into research tasks", and whose characteristics are defined in the following descriptors:
The Master's Degree in Intelligence Analysis and Cyberintelligence is designed in such a way that it allows the student to acquire advanced knowledge about obtaining information, analysis and correct decision-making, as well as its communication, in addition, the two specialist itineraries that are offered -Specialty in Intelligence for Security and Defense and Specialty in Economic and Competitive Intelligence- allow future graduates to specialize in the two major areas of Intelligence, being able to professionally carry out, among others, the following functions:
International Conference on Security held by the Nebrija University. It addressed key issues in conflict and intercultural relations.