Attend a Security and Resilience Studies info session, June 2016
You’re Invited to Northeastern University–Seattle for lunch or dinner to learn more about our Security & Resilience Program Offerings beginning September 2016!
Join Erika Koss, assistant dean for strategic partnerships & outreach from Northeastern’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities, for a presentation and conversation that will help take your career to the next level!
Attend one of two sessions on Wednesday, June 22 near our campus in South Lake Union:
11:30am- RSVP to attend Lunch Info Session
@ Northeastern University-Seattle, 401 Terry Avenue N, Suite 103, Seattle WA 98109
6:00pm – RSVP to attend Dinner Info Session
@ Cactus Restaurant (across from campus), 350 Terry Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109
Northeastern University’s Graduate Certificate in Security and Resilience Studies will help students develop the critical thinking skills needed to address a broad range of transnational risks impacting the build and natural environment, and discover the principles, policies, and strategies required to protect communities and critical systems. Students can integrate their academic coursework with unique experiential learning opportunities and gain competencies to support government agencies, international corporations, and nonprofit organizations. In the program, students will learn from experts, including the program’s co-directors Stephen Flynn and Daniel Aldrich, whose shared decades of experience span systems resilience, homeland security, post-disaster recovery, and countering violent terrorism.
The Graduate Certificate is offered in a hybrid option in both Boston and Seattle. Students at the Seattle campus will be provided with special face-to-face learning opportunities.