The Department of Global Security and Intelligence Studies offers an undergraduate degree in Global Security and Intelligence Studies (BS GSIS) as well as a graduate degree in Security and Intelligence Studies (MS SIS). The undergraduate degree sets the foundation for students entering the field of Global Security and Intelligence Studies, and emphasizes key elements of identifying security and intelligence threats and implementing strategies on their neutralization. The graduate degree builds upon the foundations of the bachelor's program to train security and intelligence professionals ready to enter public or private arenas to combat security threats around the world.
Submissions from 2019
US and the Cold War in Latin America, Thomas Field
A Roundtable for Victoria M. Grieve, Little Cold Warriors: American Childhood in the 1950s, Thomas Field Jr., Julia L. Mickenberg, Lori Clune, Mary Brennan, Donna Alvah, and Victoria M. Grieve
Submissions from 2016
Book Review: Declassification and People Power: A Review of William B. McAllister, Joshua Botts, Peter Cozzens, and Aaron W. Marrs, Toward “Thorough, Accurate, and Reliable”: A History of the Foreign Relations of the United States Series, Thomas Field
Aviation and Cybersecurity: Opportunities for Applied Research, Jon Haass, Radhakrishna Sampigethaya, and Vincent Capezzuto
Book Review: Christopher Darnton. Rivalry and Alliance Politics in Cold War Latin America, Dustin Walcher, Thomas C. Field Jr., Charles Jones, Michael E. Neagle, and Christopher Darnton
Submissions from 2015
ACTRA - A Case Study for Threat Information Sharing, Jon C. Haass, Gail-Joon Ahn, and Frank Grimmelmann
Book Review: Thomas C. Field, Jr. From Development to Dictatorship: Bolivia and the Alliance for Progress in the Kennedy Era., Dustin Walcher, Thomas Tunstall Allcock, Philip E. Muehlenbeck, Amy C. Offner, James F. Siekmeier, and Thomas C. Field Jr.
Submissions from 2014
On the Trail of the 761st Tank Battalion, Geoffrey Jensen