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Appendix E Sample Organizations Offering Homeland Security Education Programs 45

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 46 American Institute of Education and Melvin Reid The American Institute of Homeland Defense Homeland Defense training programs American Institute (AIHD) has instructed in excess of 18,000 law of Homeland Defense enforcement, military, medical, and corporate P.O. Box 357 personnel. AIHD is the leader in certified/ Grandview, TX 76050 credit-bearing homeland security education Tel.: (817) 975-2411 and training programs. Tel.: (800) 518-2728 Email: reidm@americanihd.com Certified workforce education college credit courses : Solutions for Law Enforcement Solutions for Medical Personnel Solutions for Fire Department Personnel Solutions for Organizations and Security Forces American Military Graduate and Robert Jaffin Core courses for the graduate certificate University undergraduate Department Chair, Public include: homeland security Sector and Critical Infrastructure Consequence Management: Terrorism certificate programs Studies Preparation and Response American Public University Quarantine System Intelligence and Homeland Security 111 West Congress St. Forecasting Terrorism Charles Town , WV 25414 Homeland Defense Tel.: (304) 724-3723 Comparative Homeland Security Fax: 304 724-3786 Undergraduate core courses similar. Email: bjaffin@apus.edu http://www.apus.edu

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Executive Education Program ANSER Institute for Executive education Dr. Asha M. George Homeland Security and internships Manager Director Teaching homeland security courses in ANSER Institute for Homeland cooperation with the Johns Hopkins University, Security George Washington University, U.S. National 2900 South Quincy St. War College, and U.S. National Graduate School. Suite 800 The curriculum will address current and Arlington, VA 22206 potential real-world problems that pose Tel.: (703) 416-3597 challenges to executives seeking to manage Fax: (703) 416-3126 threats to the homeland. Topic areas will Email: institute.director@anser.org include: Analytical problem-solving skills obtained through modeling and exercises (tabletop) Asymmetric and symmetric warfare/ conflicts Civilian/military relationship building Critical infrastructure protection Complexities/responsibilities of coordinated efforts between federal, state, local, and private sectors Computing and intelligence issues Deterrence and threat reduction Incident management systems (local, state, and federal) Law enforcement and judicial issues Media management Public health concerns Research design and data analysis skills Seminar, tabletop, drill, and exercise design Threat and vulnerability assessments continued 47

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 48 University Alliances Program: The University Alliances program will actively encourage the recruitment of interns to the mutual benefit of the participating universities and the institute. The internship program will provide interns with real-world experiences dealing with homeland security issues critical for successful translation from theory-based to practice-based educational objectives. Cooper Union Graduate certificate in Prof. Jameel Ahmad Required courses: urban security Professor and Chair Department of Civil Engineering Urban Security Cooper Union for the Structural Dynamics Advancement of Science and Art Advanced Structural Design Cooper Square New York, NY 10003-7120 Tel.: (212) 353-4294 Email: ahmad@cooper.edu Corinthian Colleges, Inc., Homeland security Daniel Byram Programs of study (7 months): including: specialist programs, Corinthian Colleges, Inc. Blair College Inc. including A.S. and Director of Security, Justice and Civil and Criminal Justice Florida Metropolitan B.S. degrees Legal Programs Emergency Planning and Security Measures University-Brandon 6 Hutton Centre Dr., Suite 400 Homeland Security: Principles, Planning, and Florida Metropolitan Santa Ana, CA 92707-5764 Procedures University-Pinellas Tel.: (714) 427-3000 Ext 201 Tactical Communications Florida Metropolitan Email: dbyram@cci.edu Domestic and International Terrorism University-Pompano Emergency Medical Services and Fire Florida Metropolitan Operations

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University-South Business and Ethics for Security Specialists Orlando Florida Metropolitan University-Tampa National Institute of Technology-Cross Lanes Parks Business College Parks College-Thornton Drexel University Professional Stephen F. Gambescia, 51 six-hour Skill Enhancement Training seminars: Goodwin College of development Assistant Dean/ A competency-based training and education Professional Studies coursework in Associate Professor series for professionals employed in public and homeland security Drexel University private entities responsible for security and and emergency Goodwin College of public safety. Courses focus on terrorism, management; Professional Studies disaster emergency management, facilities development of A.S. 3001 Market St., Suite 100 security, hazardous materials, incident command and B.S. degrees in Philadelphia, PA 19104 and control, IT security and laws, regulations, progress. Tel.: (215) 895-0909 and public administration. Email: stephen.f.gambescia@ drexel.edu Disaster Emergency Management Courses http://www.drexel.edu/ Facilities Security Courses academics/goodwin/homeland Hazardous Materials Courses Security.asp Incident Command and Control Courses IT Security Specialist Laws, Regulations, and Public Administration Courses Terrorism Courses continued 49

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 50 The courses will build on established certification training programs such as those offered by local police and fire academies, as well as programs for emergency medical technicians, hazardous material handlers, municipal emergency management professionals, public security organizations, and private safety and security providers. The courses also can lead to a new emergency management and panning program at the associate's and bachelor's degree levels. George Washington Master's, certificate, Frank J. Cilluffo Examples of degrees: University and Ph.D. degrees in Associate Vice President for 28 fields closely related Homeland Security Master of science in public health , to homeland security; The George Washington University microbiology, and emerging infectious also a separate 2300 I St. NW, Suite 721 diseases policy forum Washington, DC 20037 Ph.D. in public policy and administration, Tel.: (202) 994-0295 national security policy (see http://www. Email: cilluffo@gwu.edu Graduate certificate, telecommunication and homelandsecurity.gwu. national security edu/dhs/programs/ Daniel Kaniewski Master of science in civil and mechanical edu.html for Deputy Director engineering, transportation Safety complete list) Homeland Security Policy Institute engineering The George Washington University Doctor of science in engineering management, and Executive Director focus in crisis, emergency, and risk Center for Emergency Preparedness management The George Washington University

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Medical Center The Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) 2300 Eye St. NW, Suite 721 Washington, DC 20037 Draws on the expertise of the George Tel.: (202) 994-2437 Washington University and its partners from Email: dankan@gwu.edu the academic, nonprofit, policy, and private http://homelandsecurity.gwu.edu/ sectors for a common goal of better preparing the nation for the threat of terrorism. HSPI frames the debate, discusses policy implications and alternatives, and recommends solutions to issues facing America's homeland security policymakers. Builds a bridge between theory and practice in the homeland security arena. Grantham University B.S. in criminal justice, Gary Sutter The program focuses on an interdisciplinary with specialization in Academic Dean set of topics associated with homeland homeland security 34641 Grantham Rd. security, including : Slidell, LA 70460 Tel.: (800) 955-2527 ext 252 psychology of terrorism Email: sutterg@grantham.edu forecasting terrorism terrorism and counterterrorism border and coastal security terrorism and U.S. national security emergency planning continued 51

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52 University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program Houston Community Continuing education Louis Duran HCC, as part of a consortium with several other College (HCC) courses, certificates, Security Chief community colleges in Texas, offers training by and an associate degree Houston Community College former military, FBI, and CIA personnel brought in applied sciences System in by the American Institute of Homeland specializing in 3100 Main St. Defense. homeland security Houston, TX, 77002 Mail code 1611 The college offers 60 eight-hour continuing Tel.: (713) 718-7560 education courses in such topics as intelligence Email: louis.duran@hccs.edu operations, decontamination, and terrorist profiling. Most of the courses are open to the general public but are targeted toward police, firefighters, and first responders. Students complete nine of 12 courses to earn certification in such areas as understanding and combating terrorism; emergency management; and investigating, preventing, and surviving terrorism for law enforcement. Indiana University of Master's degree Thomas Dalton Master of science in science of disaster Pennsylvania, program in the science Indiana University of response John P. Murtha Institute of emergency response; Pennsylvania The MS in science of disaster response is a 32- for Homeland Security bachelor's-level track Institute for Homeland Security credit nonthesis degree that has been in cyber security; University Towers developed specifically for the WMD response continuing education 850 Maple St. community. The 18 credit core consists of 12 in weapons of mass Indiana, PA 15705 credits of intensive lecture and laboratory destruction Tel.: (724) 357-3110 sessions in biology, chemistry, and nuclear Email: tdalton@iup.edu physics/radiology and a six (6) credit advanced field experience in disaster response. Students earn the remaining 14

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credits in required courses. Currently, all the required courses are lecture-only courses, except for SDR 610 Advanced Techniques in Biotechnology for Disaster Response, which provides both lecture and laboratory experiences. Continuing Education: Domestic Preparedness and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD REALITI) Four levels of WMD-REALITI (based on the prerequisite competency requirements): Level 1: Basic CBRN Identification and Analysis Level 2: Effects of CBRN Materials Level 3: Structure of CBRN Materials Level 4: Advanced Characterization of Unknown Substances Johns Hopkins Part-time graduate Dr. Sam Seymour Johns Hopkins Engineering offers homeland University certificate program in 11100 Johns Hopkins Rd. security courses that address the following homeland security Laurel, MD 20723-6099 issues: systems Tel.: (443) 778-5711 Email: sam.seymour@jhuapl.edu Cryptography and information security Medical sensors and devices Biochemical sensors Sensors and sensor systems Principles of enterprise security and privacy Public key infrastructure and managing e-security continued 53

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 54 Embedded computer systems Vulnerabilities, intrusions, and protection Mechanisms WWW security Network security Cryptology Radioactive waste management Hazardous waste management Environmental biotechnology Introduction to systems engineering Information systems security Homeland security systems Joint Interagency Training Continuing education LTC Bonnie Gosney Tuition-free accredited courses for those in: Center-West (JITC-West), coursework Director emergency management, homeland security previously known as the JITC-West and defense, U.S. military, nonprofit National Interagency P.O. Box 80128 organizations, public health and safety, fire Civil-Military Institute San Diego, CA 92138-0128 departments, public utilities, law enforcement, (NICI) Tel.: 805-782-6700 hospitals, and drug prevention. gosneyb@nici.org Consequence management/terrorism Crisis communications Agro-terrorism International borders Deep-water ports Homeland security familiarization Full-spectrum integrated vulnerability assessment

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Kaplan College Terrorism and national Daniel McBride, Senior Faculty The Terrorism and National Security security management and Program Developer Management Certificate program requires a certificate (online) Terrorism and National Security minimum of 36 quarter credit hours. Courses Management include: Kaplan College 6409 Congress Ave. Introduction to the Criminal Justice System Boca Raton, FL 33487 Criminology Email: mcbridedr@adelphia.net. White-Collar Crime Terrorism Today Charles Lynn, Investigating Terrorism Director of Public Relations World Conflict Kaplan College On-Line Organized Crime 6409 Congress Ave. Boca Raton, FL 33487 Tel.: (866) 523-3473 ext 7190 Fax: 800-879-0806 Email: clynn@kaplancollege.edu www.kaplancollege.edu Lamar Institute of Certificate programs Jim Doane The Lamar Institute of Technology and the Technology (LIT) and an associate of Director of Homeland Security American Institute for Homeland Defense applied science P.O. Box 10043 (AIHD) have developed 68 homeland degree in homeland Beaumont, TX 77710 security continuing education courses that security Tel.: 409-880-2106 provide state-of-the-art training leading to the Fax: (409) 880-2106 following six homeland security certificates: Email: doanej@lit-mail.lamar.edu Understanding and Combating Terrorism Investigating, Preventing, and Surviving Terrorism for Law Enforcement Homeland Security Intelligence Operations for Law Enforcement continued 55

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 58 Michigan State University, Certificate in Phillip D. Schertzing, Ph.D. Courses for the Certificate include: Global Community homeland security Director, MSU Global Community Security Institute studies (online) Security Institute Foundations of Homeland Security offered by the School 1407 S. Harrison, 346 Nisbet Issues in Terrorism of Criminal Justice Bldg. Public-Private Partnerships in Emergency East Lansing MI 48823 Preparedness and Homeland Security Tel.: (517) 432-3156 Email: schertzi@msu.edu Certificates in information security, food security, and related areas are currently being developed. Ohio State University, Coursework within the International Studies Available coursework in homeland security: National Academic international studies Ohio State University Consortium for Homeland major 3086 Derby Hall Development and Control of WMD Security 154 North Oval Mall Terror and Terrorism Columbus, OH 43210-1347 Tel.: (614) 292-9657 National Defense Coursework on Deborrah Morris National War College course topics include: University, including homeland security 300 5th Ave Industrial College of the through NDU's Bldg. 62 asymmetric warfare Armed Forces Institute for Homeland Fort McNair, DC 20319 terrorism National War College Security Studies; also Tel.: (202) 685 2128 biological weapons School for National a counterterrorism Email: nduregistrar@ndu.edu cyber weapons Security Executive certificate missile defense Education law enforcement intelligence current initiatives

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School for National Security Executive Education (SNEE) offers a 30-week counterterrorism certificate, including: Terrorism Counterterrorism National Security and Civil-Military Relations U.S. Foreign Policy in an Age of Terrorism America's War on Terrorism Foundations and Issues of Homeland Security Organizing Homeland Defense National Graduate School Certificate program in Dr. Robert Gee The program is designed for managers, homeland security President administrators, officers, and those responsible The National Graduate School for developing and implementing strategies 186 Jones Rd. and procedures in homeland security. Falmouth, MA 02540 Tel.: 1-800-838-2580 Courses include: Email: rgee@ngs.edu Homeland Security Principles and Practice Diane Bonavist Contemporary Issues in Homeland Security Assistant to V.P. of Enrollment Integrated Studies in Homeland Security and The National Graduate School Quality Systems Management Tel.: 1-800-838-2580 Homeland Security Field Project Email: dbonavist@ngs.edu Management continued 59

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 60 National University Master of science in Dr. Shekar Viswanathan Required courses include: homeland security Academic and Administrative and safety engineering Headquarters Statistics for Safety and Security (online) National University Professionals 11255 North Torrey Pines Rd. Introduction to Safety Engineering La Jolla, CA 92037-1011 Chemical Process Safety Engineering Tel.: (858) 642-8000 Managing Information Security Email: sviswana@nu.edu Fire and Explosion Engineering Science of Explosives and Biological Threat Materials Planning and Response for Terrorism Capstone course in Safety and Security Engineering Naval Postgraduate School, Master of arts degree Paul Stockton Coursework for the master's includes a thesis Center for Homeland in national security, Associate Professor of National and 52 credit hours of courses such as: Defense and Security with specialization in Security Affairs homeland defense Associate Provost for Development Asymmetric Conflict and Homeland Security Naval Postgraduate School Information Technology Management for 1 University Circle Homeland Security Monterey, CA 93943-5001 Critical Infrastructure: Vulnerability Tel.: (831) 656 3038 Analysis and Protection Email: pstockton@nps.navy.mil Intelligence for Homeland Security: Organizational and Policy Challenges Strategic Planning and Budgeting for Homeland Security Civil/Military Relations for Homeland Security Special Topics: Agroterrorism, WMD

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Purdue University, In the process of Alok Chaturvedi Course requirements under development. Homeland Security investigating the Director Institute development of an Purdue Homeland Security "Area of Specialization Institute in Homeland Security" Krannert School of Management that would be available Purdue University to B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. West Lafayette, IN 47907 students and augment Tel.: (765) 494-9048 their major degree. Email: alok@purdue.edu San Diego State University Interdisciplinary Dr. Dolores A. Wozniak Offered as an interdisciplinary degree with the Master's degree in Dean following colleges participating: College of homeland security College of Health and Human Health and Human Services; College of Services Sciences; Professional Studies and Fine Arts; San Diego State University College of Arts and Letters. San Diego, CA 92182-4124 Tel.: (619)594-6516 The student will be required to take 30 units Fax: (619)594-7103 overall, including a thesis or special project. Email: dwozniak@mail.sdsu.edu The student will also be required to take at least http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/ one 3-unit course as listed below in each of the dept/chhs following areas: public health, Sciences, communication and political science/ISCOR. College of Health and Human Services, Public Health: Epidemiology Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response continued 61

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 62 Professional Studies and Fine Arts, Communication/Criminal Justice Administration: Persuasion Seminar in Administration of Justice Seminar in Health Communication College of Sciences, Geological Sciences: Photogeology and Remote Sensing Sensor Networks Collaborative Visualization College of Arts and Letters, Political Science/ ISCOR: Seminar in Politics Seminar in General Comparative Political Systems Seminar in Homeland Security Syracuse University National security and (contact for both programs) Required courses for the law certificate include: counterterrorism William C. Banks law certificate Institute for National Security and National Security Law OR Perspectives on Program (College of Counterterrorism (INSCT) Terrorism Law); master's in School of Public Administration public administration National Security and Counterterrorism with concentration in Research Center (team research projects)

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international and national security Electives include such topics as civil rights, policy (Department bioethics, international criminal law, mass of Public Administration) communications, constitutional criminal procedure, etc. Courses available for the concentration in international and national security policy include U.S. National Security and Foreign Policy Asymmetrical War American Strategic Practice in a Turbulent Century International Security Wars of Choice: Presidents and the Decision to Go to War Defense Challenges in a New Century Global Issues: Drugs, Crime, and Terrorism University of Connecticut Executive education Roy E. Pietro In addition to a substantial first responder training Executive Director effort, the Homeland Security Education Center Workforce Development Institute provides leadership education via eight College of Continuing Studies programs, typically one day to two weeks in Citigroup Education Center duration. 200 Constitution Plaza Hartford, CT 06103 These courses include: Tel.: (860) 566-1195 Email: roy.pietro@uconn.edu Certificate in Government Leadership Management Development Institute Quality of Leadership continued 63

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 64 Homeland Security Education Strategic Leadership Center Effective Communications Rowland Government Center Changing Role of a Leader 55 West Main St. Living Leadership Waterbury, CT 06702 Leadership in Action Tel.: (203) 805-6446 Fax: (203) 805-6631 Email: roy.pietro@po.state.ct.us University of Denver Certificate in homeland David Goldfischer Students with bachelor degrees will receive a security offered Program Director certificate in homeland security upon completion through the Graduate Graduate School of International of seven courses and an internship. School of International Studies Studies 2201 S. Gaylord St. The following courses are required: Denver, CO 80208 Tel: (303) 871-2564 International Terrorism Email: dgoldfis@du.edu American Government and Policymaking Homeland Security: Introduction Homeland Security, Civil Society, and Human Rights Students must take at least one of the following: Homeland Security: Prevention and Mitigation Homeland Security: Response and Recovery Intelligence and National Security Policy

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Additional courses offered include: Regulatory Policy, Public Choice, and Administrative Law Homeland Security and the Law Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Threats University of Certificate program in Joseph Lipchitz This part-time certificate program is designed for Massachusetts, Lowell security management Professor personnel working in the areas of public safety, and homeland security Chair of History Department security management, and law enforcement; (on campus and online) University of Massachusetts, executives in corporations responsible for Lowell overseeing in-house security programs; and One University Ave. information technology professionals. Lowell MA 01854-2881 Tel.: (978) 934 4144 Required courses: Email: joseph_lipchitz@uml.edu Introduction to Industrial Security Physical Security Security Management Introduction to Information Security (CyberSecurity) Electives: Criminal Law Terrorism Domestic Terrorism and Hate Crimes Criminal Profiling Forensic Psychology Special Topics: Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Threats continued 65

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University/Organization Type of Program Contact Information Background Descriptions of Program 66 University of New Haven Master of science in Dr. Thomas A. Johnson, The programs are offered at both the University national security; School of Public Safety and of New Haven and Sandia National master of science in Professional Studies Laboratories in Livermore, CA. national security and University of New Haven public safety; graduate 300 Orange Ave. Required core courses include: certificate in national West Haven, CT security Tel.: (203) 932-7260 National Security Programs Architecture and Fax: (916) 962-2921 Mission Email: tjohnson@newhaven.edu NSP Personnel Security Programs National Security Charter, Legal Issues, and Executive Orders Securing National Security Information Systems National Security Internship I or Research Project I Electives include courses in situational evaluation, threat modeling, cost modeling and contract administration, policy analysis, studies of the intelligence and counterintelligence communities, safeguards, and countermeasures. University of Southern Master of science and Randolph Hall, Ph.D. Degree and certificate are offered by the California graduate certificate in Co-Director for Homeland Industrial and Systems Engineering Department system, safety, and Security Center and are targeted to professionals in the aerospace security (online) Senior Associate Dean for Research industry. Required core courses for both the University of Southern California master's and certificate include:

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School of Engineering University Park Engineering Management of Government 3650 McClintock Ave., Room 200 Funded Programs Los Angeles, CA 90089-1450 Financial and Economic Decision Making Tel.: (213) 740-4885 Value and Decision Theory Email: rwhall@usc.edu Public-Sector Economics http://engineering.usc.edu/ Risk Analysis homeland_security/ C.L. Max Nikias, Ph.D Electives include courses in the areas of Dean and Kaprielian Professor of cybersecurity, environmental security, critical Engineering infrastructure, policy and planning, and structural Tel.: (213) 740-7832 safety. Email: engrdean@usc.edu Worcester Polytechnic Certificate in Elliot Field The certificate is composed of the following six Institute homeland security Director of Sales courses: 100 Institute d. Worcester, MA 01609-2280 Impact Analysis and Structural Tel.: (508) 831-6789 Crashworthiness Email: efield@wpi.edu Structural Design for Physical Security Explosion Protection Structural Design for Fire Conditions Construction Failures: Analysis and Lessons Risk Management continued 67

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