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The naval postgraduate school center for homeland defense and security homeland security education

The Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security:

Homeland Security Education

Dr. Stan Supinski, Director, Partnership Programs


Chds who we are

CHDS – Who We Are

  • Mission is to strengthen national security through education

  • Established in 2002 / Funded by the Department of Homeland Security

  • Provide a neutral educational forum for leaders to come together in an intergovernmental multi-disciplinary group to discuss and debate HS; help kick-start the academic discipline of HS

  • Programs include a Master’s Degree; Executive Leadership Program; Mobile Education Teams;

  • University Partnership – provide all educational materials at no cost

  • Supported the Development of 200-plus programs around the nation


Partners currently 200 members

Partners (currently 200+ members)

  • University of Connecticut

  • Long Island University

  • University of Washington

  • University of New Hampshire

  • University of Mississippi

  • Duke University

  • Chaminade

  • Virginia Tech

  • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

  • University of Maryland

  • Savannah State

  • Auburn

  • University of Alabama

  • UNLV

  • Eastern Carolina

  • US Coast Guard Academy

  • Fresno State

  • Cal Poly

  • Penn State

  • Western Carolina

  • LSU

  • Eastern Kentucky University

  • University of Akron

  • FBI Academy

  • Tulane University

  • University of Maine

  • US Army War College

  • Marion University

  • Massachusetts and California Maritime Academies


Homeland security education

Homeland Security Education

  • Academia has a history of supporting national efforts

    • WWII – Manhattan Project

    • Cold War – National Security Affairs, Area Studies, Language Programs

  • New agencies and policies spawned academic requirement and action

  • No HLS/HLD Academic Programs Prior to 9/11 – but fastest growing area in academia since:

    • Associates Degrees – 45

    • Bachelors Degrees –58

    • Masters Degrees – 70

    • Certificate Programs – 150

      Total – 323 (approximately)


Growth

Growth

  • The enrollments in our programs are growing quickly such that we are scrambling to find enough adjunct professors to cover all our courses. Our fully online MS in SSEM is growing at about 200% a year by itself. Mike Collier, Eastern Kentucky University

  • Undergraduate enrollment is up 47.3 % from the final fall 2009 enrollment of 167; Total enrollment including graduate students is up 88.6% from the final fall 2009 enrollment. Keith Amacker, Tulane University

  • I went from 78 majors in my masters program last year to 145 this year. Eric Frost, San Diego State


Types of programs where do they reside

Types of programs/Where Do They Reside

Public Admin

  • U. of Missouri

  • U of Colorado

  • Drexel

  • U. of Iowa

  • Virginia Commonwealth

  • George Mason

  • Savannah State

  • MCNY

  • Arkansas Tech

  • Georgetown

  • Johns Hopkins

Criminal Justice

  • Austin Peay

  • Chaminade

  • Colorado Tech

  • John Jay

  • Michigan State

  • Mountain State (WV)

  • Tiffin

  • UMASS

  • Wilmington College

  • U. of New Haven

EM

  • Arkansas Tech

  • Empire State

  • Georgia State

  • Indiana U. of PA

  • LSU

  • Mass Maritime

  • Central Missouri

  • Central Florida

  • U. of Oklahoma

  • Western Carolina

  • Jacksonville State

Law

  • Duke

  • U. of Virginia

  • Cal. U. of PA

  • St. Mary’s

  • Syracuse

    Public Health

  • U. of Tennessee

  • Penn State

  • U. of Chicago

  • UNC Chapel Hill

  • Benedictine College


General hs degree programs

General HS Degree Programs

Continuing Ed/ Interdisciplinary

  • Anna Marie College

  • Fairleigh Dickinson

  • APU

  • San Diego State

  • Southwestern

  • Towson State

  • Tulane

  • South Florida

  • U. of Maryland

  • Rochester Inst. Of Tech

  • City U. of NY

  • East Carolina

Separate Institutes

  • Long Island University

    • Homeland Security Management Institute

  • Texas A&M

    • Integrative Center for Homeland Security

  • St. Mary’s University

    • Center for Terrorism Law

  • St. Louis University

    • Institute for Biosecurity

  • UNLV

    • Institute for Security Studies

  • GWU

    • Institute for Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management

    • Homeland Security Policy Institute

And Others

  • Aviation Studies

  • Systems Engineering

  • Public Safety

  • International Security

  • Intelligence Studies

  • Business Admin

  • Environmental Studies

  • Information Security

  • Fire Science

  • Emergency Services

  • Leadership Management

  • Anthropology


Homeland security defense from an academic perspective

Homeland Security/Defense From an Academic Perspective

Multiple Disciplines:

-Law Enforcement

-Health

-Intelligence

-International Relations

-Engineering

-Social Sciences

-History

-Psychology

-Business

Etc, etc, etc….

Emergency Management

National Security

Affairs

Public

Administration


Homeland security defense education consortium graduate level recommendations

Homeland Security/Defense Education Consortium – Graduate Level Recommendations

Current and Emerging Threats

Context and Organizations

Policies, Strategies, and Legal Issues

Processes and Management

Practical

Application

Practicum

Critical

Thinking

Other Areas

Leadership

M&S

Culture

Statistics

Mental Health

Legal/Ethical

Considerations

Asymmetric

Thinking

Balancing Civil

Liberties/Privacy

Interagency

Communications/

Cooperation


The naval postgraduate school center for homeland defense and security homeland security education

Undergraduate Recommended Areas of Focus

- Administering Homeland Security- Intelligence

- Research and Analysis - Critical Infrastructure

- Emergency Management- Strategic Planning

- Technology - Law and Policy

- Strategic Communications- Terrorism/Counterterrorism

- The Private Sector and Homeland Security

  • The following themes should underlay all courses and curricula:

    • Ethics

    • Critical Thinking

    • Excellence in Oral/Written Communication

    • Planning


Chds curriculum

CHDS Curriculum

  • Introduction to Homeland Security

  • The Unconventional Threat to Homeland Security

  • Policy Analysis and Research Methodology

  • Technology for Homeland Security

  • Intelligence for Homeland Security: Organizational and Policy Challenges

  • Research Colloquium

  • Critical Infrastructure: Vulnerability Analysis and Protection

  • Special Topics in American Government for Homeland Security

  • Multi-discipline Approaches to Homeland Security

  • Comparative Government for Homeland Security

  • Strategic Planning and Budgeting for Homeland Security

  • The Psychology of Fear Management and Terrorism

  • Knowledge into Practice: A Homeland Security Capstone Course


Sample courses sample programs

Sample Courses/Sample Programs

  • - Overview of Homeland Security/Defense - Fundamentals of Terrorism

  • - Changing Nature of National Security - Understanding the Threat

  • Critical Infrastructure Protection - Criminal Justice/Legal Issues

  • Emergency/ Disaster Planning - Risk Assessment and Analysis

  • - American Government and Policy Making- HS Civil Society and Human Rights

  • Public-Private HLS Partnerships - Governmental/Interagency Relations

  • Post 9/11 America- Constitutional Issues in HS

- Introduction to Homeland Security Management

- Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security Mgmt

- Domestic and International Terrorism

- The Intelligence Function in HS Mgmt

- Homeland Security and the Private Sector

  • - Introduction to Homeland Defense

  • Interagency Operations

  • Understanding the Threat

  • - Critical Infrastructure Protection


Homeland security education key issues

Homeland Security Education - Key Issues

  • Homeland Security education is growing and gaining legitimacy

  • Hard to bracket – what does HS exclude?

  • Most programs are grassroots efforts – not top down directed

  • Degree name not necessarily indicative of underlying courses

  • Programs that pre-existed 9/11 have subsequently been renamed homeland security (Nexus to homeland security is suspect in some cases)

  • Quick growth has resulted in wide range of quality – accreditation should help

  • Qualified faculty an issue – many NPS alums now teaching


Contact

Contact:

Questions?

Stan Supinski ([email protected])

(719) 482-5452


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