Academic Studies at a Federal Homeland Security Intelligence Undergraduate Academy

Alexander, Dean C.; Johnson, Jamie L.
July 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jul2009, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p56
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The article discusses the important aspects of the open-source academic coursework in the U.S. Homeland Security Intelligence Academy (HSIA). It mentions the proposed academic courses to be offered in HSIA which range from history and political science to religion and economics, and criminal justice and law. It suggests a compulsory set of classes to guarantee that all graduates posses baseline expertise.


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