New certificates are available for first responders, military personnel and volunteers or workers in the public health sector.
The Center for Homeland Security – part of the National Institute of Science, Space and Security Centers – at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is offering two new certificates in disaster public health and security intelligence on Jan. 19.
The programs are taught in-residence and online by professionals and instructors, some from Northcom’s Surgeon General’s office and Intelligence Directorate.
Beth-El College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers an undergraduate and graduate certificate in Disaster Public Health, and the School of Public Affairs offers a graduate certificate in Security Intelligence, both through the Center for Homeland Security.
For more information, visit the NISSSC Web site.