The Intelligence and Information Operations program is designed for students transferring approximately 60 units from a regionally accredited institution.
The program requires additional materials during the application process. The minimum entrance requirements include: a minimum 2.5 GPA, resume, and goal statement. Let us know your preferred pathway from a regionally accredited institution: Operational Intelligence Track, Information Warfare Track or the Law Enforcement Intelligence Track.
Minimum 2.5 GPA
The University of Arizona is here to help you start your future.
We support our military, transfer students and can help with financial assistance. We value our students across the world.
We are a military-friendly institution that helps mobile military personnel and their family complete degrees without suffering a loss of credit. Military students can transfer up to 30 units from military transcripts such as the Joint Services Transcript and the Defense Language Institute. You can also transfer up to 60 units from CLEP, AP, IB, and DANTES/DSST test scores. We are members of the Servicemembers Opportunity Consortium Degree Network System as well as the Air University – Associates to Baccalaureate Cooperative to ensure you a smooth pathway to your Bachelor’s degree and use of your previously earned credits. Contact us to learn more about how your military credits can transfer into the Intelligence & Information Operations program.
Our advisors support you before you even apply to The University of Arizona! Send us a copy of your unofficial transcripts for review towards the Intelligence & Information Operations program and we’ll let you know exactly what you need to finish your Bachelor’s degree. Contact us today and we’ll provide you with a pre-evaluation to get you started!
The University of Arizona offers Financial Aid Coordinators and VA Certifying Officials to answer your financial questions before and during your time in the program. Contact us to learn more about the financial assistance available to you through The University of Arizona, including scholarships, grants, loans, and military programs.
The Defense Intelligence Agency designated the University of Arizona's Intelligence program as an Intelligence Community - Center of Academic Excellence. With this elite designation, the University of Arizona becomes one of only eight IC-CAE designated Intelligence programs within the nation. The DIA's IC-CAE designation demonstrates that Arizona's Intelligence program meets the most demanding requirements and prepares our graduates for successful careers within the US Intelligence Community.