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Dean, Mark Riccardi
The programs taught in the School of Security & Global Studies truly embody our motto, "Educating Those Who Serve.” Students in this school have an understanding of the world that appreciates the differences in political, economic, and social cultures. Our faculty members are highly credentialed and respected leaders in their fields, and many of them currently work in the U.S. government. Likewise, our graduates are employed in leadership positions at agencies ranging from the Departments of State, Defense, and Homeland Security to the intelligence services, as well as private businesses throughout the world. We are committed to helping students think in ways they haven’t thought before, and to apply educational theories to real-world challenges.
|Program Name||Associate||Bachelor's||Master's||Certificate||Learning Track|
|Airport Transportation Security||View Details|
|Business Essentials for the Security Executive||View Details|
|Climate Change Awareness & Leadership||View Details|
|Competitive Intelligence||View Details|
|Corrections Management||View Details|
|Counter Terrorism Studies||View Details|
|Counterintelligence||View Details||View Details|
|Counterintelligence Tradecraft||View Details|
|Criminal Behavior Management in Schools||View Details|
|Criminal Justice||View Details||View Details||View Details||View Details||View Details|
|Criminal Justice (B.S.)||View Details|
|Emergency and Disaster Management||View Details||View Details||View Details|
|Dual Degree: Emergency and Disaster Management and Homeland Security||View Details|
|Emergency Management||View Details|
|Emergency Management Executive Leadership||View Details|
|Executive Law Enforcement Leadership||View Details|
|Explosive Ordnance Disposal||View Details||View Details|
|Fire Science||View Details||View Details|
|Fire Science Management||View Details|
|Foundations of Homeland Security||View Details|
|Homeland Security||View Details||View Details||View Details||View Details|
|Intelligence Analysis||View Details||View Details|
|Intelligence Studies||View Details||View Details||View Details|
|International Relations||View Details|
|International Relations and Conflict Resolution||View Details|
|Joint Warfare||View Details|
|Law Enforcement Leadership||View Details|
|Legal Studies||View Details||View Details|
|Middle Eastern Studies||View Details||View Details|
|Military Studies||View Details|
|National Security Studies||View Details||View Details|
|Paralegal Studies||View Details||View Details|
|Public Administration||View Details|
|Public Policy||View Details|
|Security Management||View Details||View Details||View Details||View Details|
|Strategic Leadership||View Details|
|Terrorism Studies||View Details||View Details|
|United Nations||View Details|
|Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness||View Details||View Details|
American Society for Public Administration - Call for Proposals for Annual Conference
"Saluting the Public Service: A Bold and Noble Profession"
Deadline for proposal submission: Sept 23, 2016
Conference: March 17-21, 2017, Atlanta, GA
Visit the ASPA website for more details.
NASPAA Annual Conference
"Grassroots Globalization: Teaching Good Governance and Values in a Connected World"
Conference dates: Oct. 19-21, 2016, Columbus, OH
Visit the NASPAA website for details.
American Evaluation Association Annual Conference
"Evaluation + Design"
Conference dates: Oct. 24-29, 2016, Atlanta, GA
Visit the AEA website for details.
7th Annual Maritime Risk Symposium (MRS 2016)
“Integrating Maritime and Coastal Resilience.”
Sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence and the U.S. Coast Guard
Nov. 14-15, 2016, UNC Chapel Hill, NC
Visit the Coastal Resilience Center website for details.
Publish in a Peer-Reviewed Journal
Consider submitting an article to the Journal of Global Security and Intelligence Studies.
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