There is no specific college that prospective FBI agents should attend; the only educational requirement for FBI agents is that they possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education, according to FBIJobs.gov. Applicants must also have 3 years of full-time work experience.
In lieu of work experience, the FBI waives the work experience requirement for applicants who hold Juris Doctorate degrees or degrees in computer science or information technology, notes FBIJobs.gov. The same is true for waivers for certified public accountants or people who are fluent in multiple languages and who attain a score of three or more on the FBI's language test. Preference is also given to former FBI Honors interns who maintain a 3.0 GPA or better as undergraduates and to applicants with doctorate or master's degrees.
Applicants must also have lived in the United States or one of its territories for at least 3 of the past 5 years prior to filing an application, reports FBIJobs.gov. Applicants must have never been convicted of felonies or domestic violence or other serious offenses. Applicants must have never defaulted on a student loan, failed to pay child support ordered by the court or failed to file and pay local, state or federal taxes.