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U.S. Army Intelligence Center (USAIC) - Fort Huachuca Military Intelligence School (MIS) Military Intelligence Captain's Career Course (MICCC) Active Duty and Reserve Component

The maximum transfer credit award possible from this specific internal recommendation is 15 semester hours (SH); individual transfer credit award will vary based on the requirements of a student's selected degree program, any additional documents submitted for transfer credit evaluation (TCE), and the University's TCE policies.

Any credit awarded from this internal recommendation is considered traditional transfer credit.


Graduate students must be pursuing one of the following programs at the University:

  • Any graduate level degree program

Students are most likely to maximize their transfer credit award if they are pursuing the following program:

  • Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies


  • A student has met the terms of the agreement and is eligible for possible TCE review if they completed either of the specific Military Intelligence Captain's Career Courses (MICCCs) listed below at Fort Huachuca Military Intelligence School (MIS) AFTER January 1, 2004 and they have not yet had an Initial TCE completed. 
  • If an Initial TCE has already been prepared and the student completed the specific course at Fort Huachuca MIS AFTER December 5, 2005, they can send in the updated paperwork. A TCE Update Request Form must also be submitted to initiate the review process.
  • If a student changes their degree program, they are eligible for a review of their Fort Huachuca MIS coursework for possible transfer credit.
  • If a student has already had an Initial TCE completed, their documentation has already been reviewed, and no additional paperwork is to be submitted, they are NOT eligible for this internal policy.

Students must send in a copy of their certificate of completion or DA1059-Service School Academic Report from Fort Huachuca MIS detailing the completion of the specific MICCC course along with a TCE Application. Documentation of successful completion may make a student eligible for the following transfer credit recommendations depending on their specific graduate degree program requirements: 

Military Intelligence Captain's Career Course (MICCC)
Active Duty component (3-30-C22)
ALL 4 Phases of Reserve Component (3-30-C23)

MICCC Course
Effective Dates
APUS Transfer Credit RecommendationsAPUS SH
January 1, 2004
June 30, 2011
INTL501 - Strategic Intelligence3 SH
INTL615 - History of the Central Intelligence Agency
INTL618 - Intelligence Leadership, Management,
                   and Coordination
3 SH
INTL620 - Terrain and Weather Intelligence3 SH
INTL640 - Intelligence and National Security
INTL636 - Regional Threat Analysis
3 SH
INTL642 - Information Warfare
INTL643 - Information Operations
3 SH
July 1, 2011
INTL501 - Strategic Intelligence3 SH
INTL507 - Intelligence Operations3 SH
INTL610 - Counterintelligence3 SH
INTL634 - Threat Analysis3 SH

OMNI599 - Omnibus Credit* (only applies to the program below)

  • Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies - all concentrations
3 SH
Omnibus credit is transfer credit which applies to a student's specific area of study within their Major/Concentration requirements, but for which APUS does not offer an equivalent course. Students for whom this credit does not directly apply may have the same number of semester hours applies as Elective credit depending on their specific program requirements.

Please Note:

For those students who are not pursuing one of these programs or that have taken a course outside the effective dates listed for this agreement, we are required to follow the American Council on Education (ACE) recommendations for awarding transfer credit. Credit must be evaluated by ACE and recommended for graduate level credit in order to possibly apply toward a graduate degree program at APUS.

This internal recommendation policy is valid for the programs listed which may be reviewed each catalog year and credit recommendations may change if the programs or internal recommendation policies are altered and/or re-evaluated.