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CHDS Reaches Out to the Nation
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Simpson’s 911 thesis written in real-time

Carl Simpson’s homeland security epiphany came the day he visited an elementary school in Portland, Oregon, as part of a Principal for a Day program and witnessed ...more
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DHS Unity of Effort delivers improved critical infrastructure protection IT

Two CHDS master’s degree graduates were leading forces in implementing a key set of DHS recommendations aimed at better protecting ...more
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Hayes takes local insights to intelligence-led policing

William Hayes is taking a chief’s insights to intelligence-led policing. After five years as chief of the Bedford, New York, Police Department, Hayes has ...more
Out of the Classroom and into the World

Information-sharing in Arizona improved with CHDS thesis

Master's degree graduate Bill Kalaf's CHDS research is applied to state law ...more

ELP alums part of Virginia sea rise study, policy

James Redick and ELP alumni peers in Virginia take on sea level rise ...more

CHDS thesis laid foundation for TSA screening policy

TSA Risk Officer's research resulted in fresh approach to screening air travelers ...more
Academic Programs

Master’s Degree Program

Now accepting applications for Fall 2015. Deadline: May 1, 2015.
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Executive Leaders Program

(ELP) Now accepting applications for Fall 2015. Deadline: June 15, 2015.

Executive Education Seminars

(MET) Executive roundtable discussions for governors, mayors, and urban area leaders.

Fusion Center Leaders Program

(FCLP) A five-day intensive program for fusion center leadership.

Pacific Executive Leaders Program

A five-day intensive program for homeland security leaders in the Pacific region.

University and Agency Partnership Initiative

(UAPI) Institutions nationwide dedicated to advancing homeland security education.

Self-study Courses

Non-credit courses derived from the Center's homeland security graduate curriculum.

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