Intelligence and Security Training & Certificate Program

The Center for Governmental Services at Auburn University is partnering with The Intelligence & Security Academy to offer education, training and consulting in national security issues and the more general area of analytic training. These courses are offered throughout Alabama and the southeast are modeled after the Open Academy program, which includes other partners such as Johns Hopkins University, Piedmont Virginia Community College and AFCEA to name a few.



Wagner Video

Caryn A. Wagner, recently retired Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, speaks about “Transitional Security Issues: Global Threats with Local Impacts” at Auburn’s Globalism in Today’s Workforce conference in Atlanta, GA on May 29, 2014.


NSA Names Auburn University
a Center of Excellence


Auburn University is one of four universities selected by the National Security Agency to carry the designation of a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations. Joining Auburn are Carnegie Mellon University, Mississippi State University and the Air Force Institute of Technology.

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Auburn University’s Burgess Named to Intelligence and National Security Alliance Advisory Board


Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Burgess Jr., Auburn University’s senior counsel for national security programs, cyber programs and military affairs, has been named to the Board of Advisors for the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, or INSA.

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The Intelligence & Security Academy is an AFCEA Preferred Provider in Education & Training.

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Emergency Management

Emergency Management certification available through online learning.

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