This program will be moving to a virtual format for the summer of 2020. Our faculty and program staff will ensure that the core and quality of the program will be maintained and that your courses will be interactive and engaging. All international students should review the Resources for International Students page for important eligibility information.
In the National Security & Intelligence Academy, you will learn remotely from government and international relations resources from the Georgetown network to explore security and intelligence 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.
This tuition has been updated to reflect the Summer 2020 term moving to a virtual experience.
How You'll Benefit
Participate in a remote panel discussion and fair that will allow you to explore various career opportunities in the national security area
Hear from civilian, military, and intelligence officers online and learn about their duties and daily operations
Program Format & Subject Areas
As a student in the National Security & Intelligence Academy, you'll spend your day in a blend of virtual lectures, activities, and online 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
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