Center for Security Studies
ASU’s Center for Security Studies (CSS) utilized world-class faculty and advanced teaching technologies to educate military and civilian students using cutting-edge, culturally based education in the following disciplines:
- Border and Homeland Security
- Criminal Justice
- Security Studies
- Intelligence, Security Studies, and Analysis
The Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice offers 8 Bachelor degrees, 4 Master’s degrees, 3 undergraduate minors, as well as certificate programs for undergraduates and graduates. Most classes are offered online and in 8 week format. Each semester, select courses are also offered face-to-face.
Call For Papers
Inaugural Publication of the Angelo State University, Center for Security Studies Electronic Journal
Journal of Homeland and National Security Perspectives
The Editors and Faculty Advisors of the Journal of Homeland and National Security Perspectives are pleased to call for the submission of papers by any student of the Center for Security Studies. The theme for the inaugural eJournal is:
Global and Homeland Security Threats in Modern Times: Practitioner-Student Perspectives
Only original work will be accepted and written assignments during your coursework at ASU will be accepted provided they meet the requirements listed below. Authors may submit more than one paper and may publish jointly with other students. Papers should include an Abstract and should be relevant to the theme announced. Papers will not necessarily be returned; however, papers may be accepted with conditional limitations and feedback may be provided by the Editorial Board. Papers should be submitted to the following location no later than February 17, 2014, for a March 31, 2014, inaugural publication:
Please click the “Register” tab to create a Username and Password. Once your Username and Password are created, you may submit your paper.
February 17, 2014, for a March 31, 2014, publication
August 31, 2014, for a September 30, 2014, publication
The student editorial board will use their discretion to accept, reject, or postpone manuscripts.