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Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies

ASU’s Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies uses world-class faculty and advanced teaching technologies to educate military and civilian students using cutting-edge, culturally based education that provides them with marketable skills when graduating from our disciplines.

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Most classes are offered online and in 8 week format. Each semester, select courses are also offered face-to-face.

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Upcoming Events

October 16th, 2018

  • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
    Humanities Month: War Stories of Service 
    The Department of History is proud to sponsor the first annual Humanities Month program at Angelo State University, featuring presentations by Drs. Bill Taylor and Matthew Gritter. Profs. Ashley Meyer and Daniel Anderson from the Theatre Program will also present short student performances based on War Stories material.

    Location: Carr Education-Fine Arts Building, Eldon Black Recital Hall, 2602 Dena Drive

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