The Certificate in Advanced International Affairs is an innovative way for individuals to acquire knowledge in international relations that supports a wide range of careers in a highly connected world. Now available with optional emphasis areas including diplomacy, defense policy and military affairs, and intelligence. Choose to complete this certificate in-residence, online, or in a combined format. Courses are taught by nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty members, oftentimes accompanied with a student presence of full time working professionals who bring unique experiences and expertise to the classroom.
Geospatial intelligence (GeoINT) is a rapidly emerging field that leverages human intelligence and geospatial technologies in the support of national security and other intelligence activities. This 15-credit-hour Certificate in Geospatial Intelligence is offered jointly by the College of Geosciences and the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
The National Security Affairs Program (NSAP), which offers the Certificate in National Security Affairs, is an executive-level graduate education program that is tailored to the needs of the Department of Energy (DOE) National Security Laboratories. A professional development and leadership program, the NSAP provides Fellows with tools—the concepts, approaches, and frameworks—that will enhance their ability to think critically, analytically, and systematically about national security policy and strategy and the role of science and technology in U.S. national security.
The Certificate in Cybersecurity Policy provides students with the core concepts, tools, and skills for sound cybersecurity policy development. It is a four-course graduate certificate, consisting of courses selected from a list of courses offered at the Bush School, the Dwight Look College of Engineering, and the Mays Business School. The Certificate in Cybersecurity Policy will prepare students for public and private sector careers to develop sound cybersecurity policy in organizations.