The National Security & Counterintelligence Institute brings together unparalleled government and international relations resources from the Georgetown network to explore security and counterintelligence issues. You'll gain a deeper understanding of how policies enhance the security of Americans in the post-9/11 world, study how the United States prevents foreign adversaries from gaining access to national security information, and examine how intelligence information is collected, analyzed, and disseminated.
Includes tuition, housing, and meals
How You'll Benefit
Visit the International Spy Museum
Hear from guest lecturers in the field of national security
Tour distinguished government institutions to meet with civilian, military, and intelligence officers and get a firsthand view of duties and daily operations
Participate in a panel discussion and fair that will allow you to explore various career opportunities in the national security area
Complete a simulation project as the nation's top policymaker or security advisor with a challenge to develop a feasible response to a security crisis
Program Format & Subject Areas
As a student in the National Security & Counterintelligence Institute, you'll spend your day immersed in a blend of classroom lectures, field trips, hands-on activities, and group discussions. Throughout the course of the week, you'll have the opportunity to explore the following subject areas:
The United States and the Middle East
This program gave me a new perspective on college that I never had up until this point. Georgetown is an amazing school in an amazing city, and this program showed me that.
The program offers so much–from the off-site visits to the daily lectures and the on campus activities. The lectures were interesting, meeting new people was great and the off-site visits were interactive and intriguing.
This is a course that I would definitely recommend as both Georgetown and the professors were very hands-on and provided a great pre-university experience.
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