Develop the skills to build a career in criminal justice.

Develop research and analytical skills to be used in crime analysis or intelligence for criminal justice agencies. Explore crime analysis and intelligence theories. Build your analytical, writing, and team management skills. And collect and analyze data to forecast criminal profiles to solve crimes and predict future crimes. 

Herkimer College’s Crime & Intelligence Analysis A.A.S program prepares you with the knowledge, skills, and critical thinking to succeed in a variety of public and private careers. Potential employers for graduates of the Crime and Intelligence Analysis program include any local, state, or federal law enforcement or intelligence agency. 

Plus, various branches of the military utilize analysts as well as private contractors in dealing with security issues.



View our program course requirements as published in the College Catalog.

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Cost & Financial Aid

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Career opportunities await

  • Crime analyst
  • Intelligence analyst
  • Law enforcement
  • Civil service
  • Private contractor

Transfer Agreements

Please review transfer agreements we have established (for our Crime & Intelligence Analysis A.A.S. Program) with four-year colleges & universities to provide a seamless transfer of credits. Programs also offered online are denoted by asterisk *.

Online Learning

The Crime & Intelligence Analysis A.A.S. program may also be completed entirely online through our Internet Academy. We offer the same level of care and service to online students as we do to on-campus students. All necessary services are accessible online, including registration, placement testing, bill payment, tutoring, book purchasing, and academic advisement.

Our alumni have gone on to achieve great things. Discover how our many graduates have followed their dreams and transformed their lives with a degree or certificate from Herkimer College.

With wonderful assistance and professors by my side, I was able to succeed. — Chelsi Y. Cohen, '14


The other part of teaching here that I really appreciate is my colleagues. They are all dedicated to the success of the students and will go the extra mile if students are putting forward the effort. They are not only good professors, but they are good people as well.  — David Higgins, assistant professor of Criminal Justice