Careers

Global Security & Intelligence Studies

The Bachelor of Science in Global Security and Intelligence Studies develops the problem-solving and critical-thinking skills needed for dealing with these important global issues: 

  • terrorism
  • information warfare
  • transportation security
  • illicit trafficking networks
  • corporate security
  • population dislocations
  • natural disasters
  • widespread epidemics
  • international crime
  • homeland security

The comprehensive curriculum covers technical, political and economic security concerns, as well as international criminal justice systems and law enforcement. This program is offered at the Arizona campus. 

Career Areas

  • Anti-Terrorism
  • Aviation Security
  • Communications Security
  • Corporate Security
  • Counterfeiting Investigation
  • Drug Enforcement
  • Illegal Population Dislocations
  • International Travel Security
  • Natural Disaster Assistance
  • Operations Security
  • Pandemics
  • Personnel Security
  • Physical Security
  • Security Analysis
  • Weapons Technology

Employers

  • Airlines
  • Air Security Firms
  • Corporations
  • Education
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • Industry Analysts
  • Insurance
  • International Business
  • Investigation Firms
  • Newspapers/Journals
  • Oil & Gas Industries
  • Private Security Firms
  • State & Local Government
  • Travel Industry

Career Development Strategies/Skills

  • Develop the ability to work well within a team
  • Refine verbal and written communication skills
  • Become proficient in a foreign language
  • Seek out Co-op/Internship opportunities