Hands-on Experience

Students in the program have unique hands-on learning opportunities in classroom facilities like the computer crime laboratory and in specialized fieldwork in an optional internship withorganizations like the State of Connecticut, federal and state agencies, or private firms like Sikorsky Aircraft, located a short distance from campus. 

Sample Courses

M.S. in National Security
Integrated Studies of the Intelligence and Counterintelligence Communities NSP Situational Evaluation and Failure Analysis Models
National Security Incident Mapping Risk Assessment and Management in National Security
National Security Programs Architecture and Missions Securing National Security Information Systems
NSP Issues in Research and Policy Analysis The Structure of National Security Decisions

Sample Employers

M.S. in National Security
Blue Shield of CA Goodrich ISR Systems
Boston Police Department Guilford Police Department
City of Meriden IBM
Delta Airlines Sandia National Laboratories
Federal Aviation Administration Transportation Security Administration
Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. Army
Garaventa Enterprises U.S. Coast Guard
General Electric U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs