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Advanced Technical Intelligence Certificate

This program is offered at Clark State's Beavercreek location.

The Advanced Technical Intelligence (ATI) certificate is designed for individuals desiring a career in technical intelligence and, in particular, Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI) and Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT). The certificate may be especially attractive to working professionals who already hold a bachelor's degree or possess a background in mathematics and physics and who wish to extend their knowledge of the intelligence community.  Students who are not prepared for college algebra should begin the college preparatory math sequence sufficiently far in advance so as to be able to take MTH 1280 in the fall term along with ATI 1200.

Students must be US Citizens and qualify for a security clearance in order to complete the course of study. Students must complete a BCI background check before beginning ATI 1100.  Passing the background check does not necessarily indicate that a student will qualify for a security clearance.

When work for this certificate has been completed, contact the Business and Applied Technologies Division Office in the Brinkman Educational Center, Room 201 or call 937-328-6037 to apply for the certificate.

Course Title Credits
Fall
ENG 1111 English I 3
MTH 1280 College Algebra * 4
 
Spring
ATI 1100 Introduction to the Intelligence Community 3
ATI 1200 Fundamentals of Remote Sensing in Intelligence 3
MTH 1340 Pre-Calculus * 5
 
Summer
ATI 2100 Introduction to Spectral Sensing with Applications in Intelligence 3
ATI 2200 Introduction to Radar ** 3
 
Fall
ATI 2300 Introduction to Large-Area Surveillance 3
ATI 2400 Measurement and Signature Intelligence 3
 
  Total Credit Hours 30

* Students may meet the mathematics requirements by testing beyond the respective courses on the placement test or by transferring in equivalent courses from other colleges.

** Having tested beyond or completed MTH 1280, students can meet the prerequisites on ATI 2200 by completing MTH 1200 or MTH 1115.  Either of these math courses may then be substituted for MTH 1340 on this certificate.