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 The Spring 2015 graduation Salutatorian was Ms. Courtney Anderson. Ms. Anderson graduated with a BA in Intelligence Studies and a minor in Geography. She was also a member of the FSU ROTC Program and was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army

The BA in Intelligence Studies Degree Program at FSU will be a pragmatic, critical, and multidisciplinary degree program within the Department of Government & History. The curriculum is designed to provide the students with competencies in contemporary principles of intelligence, history of U.S. intelligence and national security, intelligence research methods, strategic intelligence, and U.S. intelligence and foreign policy.

With applications in government, military, and business functions, intelligence and related security studies have become critical aspects of the expanding interrelationship between nations, societies, and peoples.

NEW: INTL 200 course is now offered on-line

For more information contact Intel Studies Coordinator, Col. Lee (ret) at 910-672-2120

Several students from the Geography and Intelligence Studies programs (Department of Government and History) attended the NC GIS Conference held in Raleigh (February 7 - 8, 2013). They interacted with their peers from other universities as well as potential employers about job prospects and attended poster and paper presentations. Mr. Jamal Christian (Geography) received the Herb Stout Student Award as a meritorious student from FSU.



  • William F. Lee, Program Coordinator,  Assistant Professor, Intelligence Studies (Col. ret). M.S. National Resource Strategy, 2004. B.A. United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.
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