The purpose of the post-baccalaureate Certificate program in Security & Intelligence Studies (SIS) is to improve the racial/ethnic diversity of the Intelligence community. This certificate is to educate individuals in the area of intelligence and security and to prepare CSU students for employment and career opportunities in intelligence and national security agencies. This program is offered and supported by the Information Studies Department and its Center for Information & Security Education and Research (CINSER) at Chicago State University: email@example.com.
Department Chairperson: Kimberly Black
Graduate Program Advisor: Kimberly Black
Graduate Faculty: Mark Roth and Jon Patterson
The Information Studies department houses several programs related to applied information and communications management and technology. The department offers several programs that prepare individuals to work in the information professions: the Master of Science in Library and Information Science (MSLIS), the Master of Science in Technology and Performance Improvement Studies (MSTPIS), Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Archives and Records Management (ARM), Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Telecommunications Management, Library Information Specialist Endorsement for licensed teachers, and the Education Technology Specialist Endorsement for licensed teachers. There also are two undergraduate minor concentrations – the Information Technology (IT) minor and the interdisciplinary Security and Intelligence Studies (SIS) minor.