|National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAE/IAE) Program Criteria for Measurement |
|Florida A&M University - CRITERIA 4 |
IA as a multidisciplinary science: The academic program demonstrates that IA is not treated as a separate discipline, but as a multidisciplinary science with the body of IA knowledge incorporated into various disciplines.
|A. Evidence that IA is taught as modules in existing non-IA courses and that non-technical/non-IA students are being introduced to IA. |
- Center for Global Security and International Affairs (CGSIA): Funded by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and designated as an Intelligence Community (IC) Center for Academic Excellence. The Center offers the IC Scholars Program and the Certificate/Minor in Global Security.
Graduate: INR 5017: The Politics of Globalization <INR 5017 Syllabus>
- INR 2002: International Relations <INR 2002 Syllabus>
- INR 4334: National Security Policy <INR 4334 Syllabus>
- INR 4084: Politics of Terrorism <INR 4084 Syllabus>
- CPO 2002: Comparative Government <CPO 2002 Syllabus>
- CPO 4202: Politics and Government of African States <CPO 4202 Syllabus>
- CCJ 4670: Women and Crime <CCJ 4670 Syllabus>
- ACG 4682: Forensic Accounting <ACG 4682 Syllabus>
- POS 2117: American State and Local Governements <POS 2117 Syllabus>
- INR 5105: American Foreign Policy <INR 5105 Syllabus>
- INR 5137: The Politics of Terrorism <INR 5137 Syllabus>
- INR 6365: Seminar In Intelligence <INR 6365 Syllabus>
- ACT 5655: Seminar in Advanced Auditing <ACT 5655 Syllabus>
|B. Non-IA courses encourage papers in IA topics or projects. Provide links to 5 to 10 bests thesis, dissertation, or project synopsis in IA within 3 years of application. |
- ACG 4642: Auditing and Assurance Services (Sample Case/Project Synopses)
- ACG 4682: Forensic Accounting (Sample Case/Project Synopses)
- ACG 5655: Seminar in Advanced Auditing (Sample Case/Project Synopses)
- INR 2002: International Relations (Sample Paper Synopses)
- Bi-Weekly - Regional Report Guidelines
- Description: Group assignment designed to expose students to current issues related to international relations (politics, economics, national security, military, intelligence, threats, treaties, trade, etc.).
- Comparative Study - Term Paper
- Description: Students complete a term paper researching a country concerning the following: Diachronic/synchronic comparison, Issue analysis, and Policy Analysis.
- Regional Report - Term Paper
- Description: Students complete a term paper researching a country concerning the following: History (relations between the country and United States), Issue Analysis, and Policy Analysis.
- INR 4084: Politics of Terrorism (Sample Paper Synopsis)
- "Assessing the Threat of Cyber Terrorism"
- Description: Students are required to write a paper examining the following: background of cyber terrorism & government's approach to combating the issue, research the most prominent cyber terrorist organizations, and propose measures to take to ensure the safety of information stored online.