CAOE education

The CAOE is developing educational materials and programs to meet the needs of the current and next generation of Homeland Security professionals. Adapting to the quickly changing landscape of data science, analysis and decision-making our educational program focuses on engaging a diverse student and professional population to work on CAOE research and professional development programs. The partnerships with Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), including University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and North Carolina A&T State University (NCAT), will help ensure that the educational program has a strong focus on inclusivity and diversity.

Data literacy in the classroom

Workshops, seminars and courses to train faculty on establishing STEAM curriculum in the classroom.

Undergraduate research in CAOE

Fostering opportunities for undergraduateĀ students to engage with DHS projects and develop a path of future career opportunities within DHS.

Infrastructure for continued education and learning

Working directly with various DHS components, the CAOE will identify training needs and create workshops, seminars and certificate and degree programs to serve the needs of current homeland security professionals.